What am I searching?
You are performing a search for articles in OneSearch. OneSearch allows you to simultaneously search in a variety of electronic resources, including catalogs and bibliographic and full text databases. The search box can be used to find results by keyword (“pollution,” “motor skills”), while the dropdown menu allows you to specify the subject area.
The "General" option includes the following resources:
- Article First - an index of articles from the contents pages of many journals.
- Newspaper Source - full text articles from national, international, and regional newspapers, and full text television and radio news transcripts.
- OmniFile Full Text Mega - full text articles, page images, article abstracts, and citations from thousands of sources.
- If accessing from off-campus, you may need to sign into OneSearch. The link can be found at the top right of the page. You will sign in using your barcode number (found on the back of your ID card) and the last 4 digits of your R#
- Search by keywords, subject terms, or article titles.
- Results are full text articles, article citations and abstracts, and other bibliographic records.
- By default, the results include all of your search terms; there is no need to include “and” between terms.
- To search for an exact phrase, put quotation marks around your search terms.
- If the "General" option does not give you suitable results, select a different option from the dropdown menu.
- If a search for a known article title is unsuccessful, search for the journal title in Find e-Journals and, if available, navigate to the required issue and article.
- In OneSearch, click the "Find Databases" link at the top of the page to retrieve lists of resources in specific categories and sub-categories (ex. Arts+Humanites, Social Sciences).