To login to ARC Library resources from off-campus, you will need your eServices username (w+student ID) and password.
OneSearch is really what it's name implies, one place to search for many different kinds of sources, including; books, eBooks, academic articles, news articles, videos, and more!
Because you are searching through so much, you'll want to use more advanced searches than what was used in the Getting Started Databases:
Example Topic: Methods for estimating age at death using skeletal remains.
Remember to take advantage of the limiters on the left of your search results to ensure you are getting current resources that you can access!
Quotation marks: Use these around your keywords for an “exact search”. This tool will give you specific (aka fewer) results because it searches for your keywords exactly as you’ve entered them.
Parentheses and OR: Use these around keywords separated by the word "OR" to expand your search with synonyms. Putting "OR" between words means that either term (or both) will be returned in the search. In the example, we are searching for "skeleton" and want to include similar terms, as well as "bone" in one easy search.
Asterisk * : Use this to shorten a word and search for all possible endings of the root word. This tool will give you more results.
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