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FYSM 1000: Saving the World, Museums and Archives Collections (Brylowe): Getting Started

Finding Resources

There are a variety of ways to start finding resources for your bibliography, whether you're looking for peer-reviewed academic articles, background information, historic newspapers, or images. You can find all of these resources and more by searching our library collections via OneSearch.


What's in OneSearch?

What does OneSearch have access to? OneSearch has access to the entire library catalog. It also accesses many journals and databases we subscribe to electronically. However, it doesn’t  search every database, journal, and digital collection item the  library has access to. Be sure to search relevant subject databases and collections as well as OneSearch to find the resources you’re looking for.

Combine Search Words

AND  link words by AND to search for all words in the same resource

OR  link words by OR to search for one word or another (instead of both/all words)

NOT  to eliminate results with a certain term

“Quotations” – add quotations to a group of two or more words to search for the exact phrase 

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