Tab 1: Start Your Research: search all types of content including articles, books, ebooks, streaming media, dissertations, and more from many different publishers and vendors.
Tab 2: Articles: If your assignment requires you to find a Scholarly/Peer-Reviewed article and you need it fast, use the Articles tab and check off the box and the Scholarly/Peer-Reviewed box.
Tab 3: Books & More: If you only want to search the library catalog for all the books, ebooks, DVDs, streaming media and many other materials that it contains, some of which are physically in the library and NOT online, then use the Books & More tab. This will NOT search for magazine, newspaper, journal of other types of articles from the library subscribed databases. You can always search the authentic Library Catalog if you want more options for material types to search.
Tab 4: Use the Periodicals tab to search for a particular magazine, newspaper, journal title or other periodical that the library subscribes to. You might want to do this if you want to see the latest issue of your favorite magazine or if you are trying to find a specific article that your professor assigned.
Tab 5: Use the Reserve tab to see if your professor has placed an item on Reserve. You can search by course number or instructor's name.