Single search engine searching the University Library for books, journal articles, and other scholarly works
Use for finding books, articles, and other sources using one search. Also useful when starting your research to see what is available on the topic and/or ideas for topic refinement
*Tools officially supported at the University of Saskatchewan.
The library has many different tools you can use to find the information you are looking for. Unfortunately, there is no single search box that will connect you to everything the library has to offer, but this guide provides some tips to help you decide where to start and to understand what each of these tools do best.
Resources for Searching
Do you need help finding journal articles, course reserves, book reviews, and more? "Help me find ...."is here to help. Here you will find instructions on finding books, journal articles, theses and dissertations, course reserves, maps, newspapers, book reviews, microforms, government information, data and statistics, patents, conference proceedings, GIS, archives and special collections help.
If you need more help with knowing where and how to search, consult the library's manyresearch guides.The University Library's Research Guides are great starting points for recommended resources for your next research project.
Let's be honest, searching can be a bit of a time-consuming process. This video, Searching is Strategic, helps you search more efficiently and productively: