Search@UW is a new tool that lets you search for books, articles, and more using one simple search box.
Referred to as a "discovery layer" - Search@UW pulls content from existing resources into one convenient seach interface.
What's in Search@UW?
- Books, videos, sound recordings, scores, and more from UWGB
- Books, videos, sound recordings, scores, and more from UW System libraries
- Articles and more from most of the UWGB databases
- Course reserves at UWGB
- Government documents
- Archival materials
When to use Search@UW?
If you want to find books and articles using one search.
If you want to do a broad, multidisciplinary search.
If you want to use a variety of information sources.
If you need books or media that UWGB owns.
If you need books or media that another UW System library owns.
When NOT to use Search@UW?
If you need an article from a specific journal. Or want to browse a specific journal. Use the Find Journals link on the library website instead.
If you need a book that is not owned by UWGB or another UW System Library. Use Worldcat instead.
Consult the What Tool Should I Use to Fnd Information? guide for more details.