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Using One Search

Submitted by kirwin on Thu, 08/03/2017 - 17:45

Try One Search

Why use One Search?

  • a single box searches across the spectrum of library content
  • access to a variety of source types and materials
  • direct links to online content
  • filters make it easy to refine results by format, availability online, subject, etc.

Keep in Mind...

  • One Search does not include all library resources - some must be searched separately
  • in-depth research in a field is best accomplished by selecting a subject-specific database
  • a library catalog, like EZRA or OhioLINK, is better for finding books when you know the title or author
  • contact a librarian for help deciding which resource to search and which key terms to include
  • you can still use search tips like phrase searching, Boolean operators, and truncation symbols

What does One Search search?

One Search results includes books, electronic books, scholarly articles, newspaper articles, digital video, digital images, government documents, and more. Many, but not all, of your favorite library resources are searched. The table below lists some popular resources and whether they are included in One Search. If a resource is in the "Not Included" column , it must be searched separately.

Not Included
Academic Search Complete
America: History & Life
Art Full Text
BIOSIS Previews
World Development Indicators
Business Source Complete & Business Abstracts
Communication & Mass Media Complete 
Credo Reference
EBSCO (all databases provided by EBSCO)
Education Full Text
Education Research Complete
Environment Complete
Historical Abstracts
International Political Science Abstracts
ISI/Web of Science
MLA International Bibliography
SocINDEX with Full Text
SPORTDiscus with Full Text



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