OneSearch helps you find out what information is available on a topic and how you can access it. OneSearch simultaneously searches nearly all the University Libraries' holdings: books, articles, encyclopedias, music, films, archival resources, and more.
OneSearch can be particularly useful if you are just starting your research and are not sure where to begin, or if you have a very specific topic and hope to avoid repeating your search in multiple databases in order to find enough sources.
You can begin using OneSearch by typing your search terms in the OneSearch box.
After entering your terms, hit the search button.
A variety of filters appear on the left side of the results page.
Within the filters, each option is accompanied by a number that indicates how many search results appear within each option. Often the world "more" appears as a link below the options for each filter, indicating other options are available. The full range of options can be accessed by clicking the link.
For help using OneSearch, please ask a librarian.