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Use OneSearch to search across all library resources. Narrow your results to books by using the options in the "Refine my Results" bar on the left.
In the "Availability" section, select "Available in Print." Your results will now show only print books available at both the Main Campus and East Campus libraries.
The video below will cover how to find both books and electronic books using OneSearch.
Advanced Search Tips
Think of 1-3 key words that describe your topic and use those as your search terms.
When searching for names or multi-word phrases, use quotes around your terms. This tells OneSearch that you want to find books with those words together as a phrase.
For example: "Al Gore" or "Environmental Policy"
Use the "Subjects" links found in each book record to find related books.
If you aren't finding anything useful, try thinking of alternate terms for your search terms. How else might people describe your topic?
For example: If your topic is "Natural Resource Management" you could also try searching for "Land Use" or "Sustainable Development" or even "Conservation"