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Shakespeare Saved My Life (Common Text 2017-2018)

FYE Common Text for 2017-2018

Using Search All

Search All is a search tool that allows you to find all the resources available at the Library. That includes books, eBooks, videos, articles, and news.

This is what the Search All box looks like on the Library homepage

 (Click on the image below to get to Search All)

So how does Search All work?

  1. Enter your search terms in the box.
  2. Browse the results.
  3. Limit your results to a particular format, such as magazines, journals or books. 
  4. Limit your results to a date range. 
  5. Do an advanced search for more specific results. 
  6. Select the items that suit your needs.
  7. Articles may be printed, emailed or saved.

Finding Databases By Subject

  1. From the Library's homepage, click on Databases A-Z or go to:

      2. Use the drop-down menu on the right to select a subject area 

      3. Now instead of 89 databases, the list will reflect only those databases that are best for your subject area