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Online Articles Search: Introduction

Learn how to use the Online Articles search, the Libraries' discovery tool that searches most of our databases simultaneously.

 

What and Where Is the Online Articles Search?

The Online Articles search allows you to simultaneously search over 92% of the UNT Libraries' electronic databases for peer-reviewed and full-text articles. The search is right on the library's homepage so you can get to it quickly. Go to www.library.unt.edu, find the Start Your Research section and select the Online Articles tab. Enter some keywords and your search is underway! 

Online articles search on library's homepage

When Should I Use the Online Articles Search?

There are a number of situations in which the Online Articles search is helpful for your research:

  • you're unsure which database to use for your research - the results will tell you from which databases they were retrieved
  • you're looking for interdisciplinary literature - the search is multidisciplinary
  • you're looking for a known article - go to the Advanced Search and search the Title field
  • you need to find articles on a topic right away - don't forget to refine the results

Be sure to contact your subject librarian for additional assistance and to make certain you are searching all of the important databases for your topic.

Subject Librarian

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Erin O'Toole
Contact:
Willis Library, Room 080
940-565-3980
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