Q: What is OneSearch?
A: OneSearch, located on the Library homepage, is the Library's discovery tool. It searches the Library's collection of print books, ebooks, and a selection of articles from several databases.
Q: How do I use OneSearch to find articles?
A: Type subjects, topics, authors, titles, etc. into the OneSearch search bar on the Library homepage and click the magnifying glass to initiate a search. Once you are at the results screen, use the search bar's dropdown menu to select the option "Articles Only," then press the magnifying glass again to narrow down your results to articles only.
Q: How do I find specific types of articles (e.g. Academic/peer-reviewed journals, newspapers, magazines)?
A: Once you are looking at a results list, use the limiters on the left-hand side (under "Refine your results") to specify what type of article you want.
For academic/peer-reviewed journal articles, click on "Peer-reviewed Journals" under "Availability:
For newspaper articles, click on "Newspaper Articles" under the "Resource Type" heading:
For magazine articles: first, click on "Articles" under "Resource Type," then, click on the red check mark/box to the right of "Peer-reviewed Journals" under "Availability" (see pic below).