One way to search for library resources is to use the OneSearch search bar, located in the center section of the library's homepage.
OneSearch attempts to search all of the library's journal and book databases at once and brings back the results on a single results page. It can save you time because you're only doing one search instead of searching each library database individually.
Be aware that you can refine your results, such as limiting by "resource type" on the left side of your results page, or by using the Advanced Search Screen of OneSearch.
The video below will demonstrate how to do a basic search on a topic using OC Libraries' OneSearch.
The video is closed captioned.
Explore one of our Newspaper databases on the next page!