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OneSearch@IU: A Great Starting Place

OneSearch@IU searches most of Libraries' databases. It is a great place to start your research.

Direct access at: libraries.indiana.edu/resources/onesearch

OneSearch@IU
Limit Your Results

More databases can be found on the Libraries homepage under the "Research" tab or the "Top Recommended Resources" (bottom of the page). 

OneSearch Tutorial

OneSearch is sort of like Google for libraries. It searches within the hundreds of individual databases that IU Libraries subscribes to all at once. It primarily searches for articles.

This video tutorial shows how to access OneSearch and search effectively using filters including the use of the Peer-Review limiter.

Parts of an Article Citation (in OneSearch)

OneSearch@IU Article Citation: 

Accessing Other Databases

Databases not listed in this guide can be accessed through the Libraries website (libraries.indiana.edu).    

If you know the database you need: search for it from the search box in the upper right. The click on the database's resource page. 

For resources by Subject/Discipline:

  • Click on the Research Resources tab and select the appropriate subject or view All Subjects

For a list of all resources:

  • Click on Research Resources tab and select Resources A-Z.
  • Choose the relevant letter.