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OneSearch - Easy to Use!
Or search in the Catalog, Databases or e-Journal list.
Do you like to use Google? OneSearch is like Google, but better!
- Searches Library Catalog
- Searches for Journal Articles
- Easily Refine your Search
Once you have created a basic search using OneSearch,
refine it by these or other filters:
- Type of Content
- Subject Terms
- Publication Date
- Choose "More Options" below each of these areas to be able to "include" or "exclude" items in each area.
- Put phrases inside quotation marks to search for words in a specific order, i.e., "civil war" or "multicultural education."
To learn more about using OneSearch, visit our OneSearch guide!
Creating a Search Strategy
The research process is much easier if you follow a few simple steps. Print out the example and form in the links below.
Do you dread having to work on a research project? It really isn't that bad if you have a planned search strategy before you begin your research. See the tutorial below to help get you started!