Use as a preview tool - search by keyword, browse references, table of contents. Use the Find in a Library link
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Mind the scopes - scopes are searchable domains...the default scope is to search everything, books, articles and more. "everything" combines the library catalog (mostly books) and e-resources (mostly articles).
Search Tip: Peer-reviewed journals may also contain items that are not peer reviewed, such as letters to the editor, opinion pieces, and book reviews. Even if you check the peer review limiter box, you still need to examine the items carefully to be sure they are scholarly articles.
Start with keyword or phrase. Select linked subject headings for more books. Or try a known title.
Find more books from other libraries via worldcat
Some examples of keyword searching:
Also use for known title or author of book, video, government document:
Click on the Location for a floor plan to direct you to the shelves where your item is located.