Discover allows you to search for books, articles, and more at the same time, through a single interface.
Discover searches for books and other materials (such as music scores, audio and visual recordings, and archival collections) from the Libraries' catalog, as well as an extensive array of journal, magazine, and newspaper articles.
While Discover provides access to many resources, it is not comprehensive. You may also need to use discipline-specific databases.
When you use Discover, test different ways of refining your search. For example, you can limit your search to full text or scholarly publications:
Besides including or excluding full text, scholarly publications, newspaper articles, and websites, you can also limit your search by:
Use the Library Locations or Content Type features to limit your results. Locations choices include such areas as Archives/Special Collections and Music, while Content Type choices include audio recordings, video recordings, music scores, manuscripts, and archival collections.
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For specific research questions by subject, contact your department liaison.
Our new service, Discover, allows you to search for books, articles, and more at the same time, through a single interface.
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