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Guide to Search@UW - One search for books, articles, and more!

Introducing Search@UW

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

Digital collections such as the University of Wisconsin Digital CollectionsMinds@UW, and the Hathi Trust

 

 

 

Video: What is Search@UW?

What is Search@UW? Watch this short video to find out more.

Search@UW Explained

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 want to do a more focused search for articles. Use the Search by Subject or Databases A-Z link on the library website instead.

If you need to use a database geared towards a particular subject area. Use the Search by Subject or Databases A-Z link on the library website instead.

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.

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