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How to search for many of the library’s resources at once.
One Search is a new search tool on the library homepage. It is an implementation of a product by ExLibris called "Primo." One Search allows you to quickly search many of the library’s resources at once. One Search’s index of more than one billion items includes:
The library catalog
Some of our database content
Open access materials including Hathi Trust and DPLA
When should I use One Search?
One Search is great for:
Starting research on an unfamiliar topic
Doing interdisciplinary research
Finding scholarly (peer-reviewed) articles
Saving and exporting of records (citations, and EndNote export)
Limiting search by format, library location, discipline, and many other possibilities