Use as a preview tool - search by keyword, browse references, table of contents. Use the Find in a Library link
Primo is a library search engine that pulls articles, videos, images, theses, and more, from databases and the library catalog.
Use Primo To:
Identify relevant databases
Find specific articles
Refine your search terms using a specific, targeted word or phrase. Vague searches will return too many results, while specific searches will give you narrower, more targeted results.
Click "Advanced Search" to get even more specific results.
Narrow search results using the selectors in the left sidebar. You can narrow by resource type, discipline, publication date, subject terms, language, library location, and more. You can also choose to show only physical or online items, or peer-reviewed content.
Start with keyword or phrase. Select linked subject headings for more books. Or try a known title. Some examples:
food and (faith or religion)
Also use for known title or author of book, video, government document:
Send the call number to yourself via text message.
Click on the Location for a floor plan to direct you to the shelves where your item is located.