On Monday, August 18, our new One Search goes live! We’re launching a major upgrade to the Libraries’ discovery portal: the search box in the middle of library homepages will yield exponentially more results than in the past.
Now includes articles. One Search results include journal articles. Previously, articles could be found only by searching within individual databases.
Searches far beyond UT. Each search will likely return thousands more items than in the past because our new product (Primo Central) searches far beyond UT’s holdings.
Electronic full text. Searches will return many, many more items for which the full text is immediately available electronically. Look for the green radio button and “Full text available” or “Electronic full text.” To see the full text, select “View Online” and don’t be intimidated when another pre-populated search box pops up. Just pick one and “GO”!
More search hints:
Refine My Results
- . To “Refine My Results,” use the facets in the column to the left of the entries. Quickly narrow the results to “Articles” under “Resource Type.” Or expand a facet list (“Show more”) and select “Refine results” to limit hits to several, selected Resource Types, Collections, Topics, etc.
Expand My Results
- . Want to see an even larger universe of resources? Check “Include resources without electronic full-text.”
Want local holdings only?
- To limit search results to only those items owned by UT, click the “UT Collections” tab at the top of the results page. For a known-item search, select “Browse UT Collections” and enter a new title, author, subject, or call number search to browse through an alphabetic or numeric list of our holdings.
- Click this link for details about One Search.
One Search vs. databases
- . Accessing the full content and full functionality of
- databases still requires searching from within the database interface (
- ). Unsure? Ask a librarian.
- . A One Search tutorial is available at:
Yes, One Search is easier… it’s broader… it’s better. But it’s also far more complex. All the more reason to ask a librarian. Visit the public services desk at Pendergrass Library or www.lib.utk.edu/agvet to “Chat with us Now” for help!