What is Search@UW?
What is being search?
Our resource discovery layer presents in a single search interface separate databases and full text e-resources, such as Wiley, SAGE, Science Direct, the Web of Science, content covered in EBSCO databases..
Search@UW provides access to:
Popular articles such as magazines and newspapers
Books, movies, music, maps
Digital collections such as images or audio files
Search@UW Actions– under the details tab users will see these useful options
Permlink- creates a durable URL that can be embedded in presentations or D2L
Citation- creates APA, MLA or Chicago/Turabian citation from available citations
Users with personal EndNote or RefWork accounts may save citations directly
Signed in users can
Access a highly functional e-shelf, permits users to save and organize citations
Save and reuse complex queries
Manage their library account, including renewing materials
View any fines or fees
View the status of UW System loan requests
Link directly to their Interlibrary Loan Account
Off Campus Access
Unlike our other licensed databases, journals, & ebooks, off campus users may use Search@UW without a Falcon Account. Some descriptive content (eg Web of Science) and full text is not available users who are not signed in.
UWRF users should sign in for all searches to access the full array of resources, view licensed full text materials, access GetIT and to use the e-Shelf.
Users without a current Falcon Account must come to campus to view licensed resources. This limitation is stipulated in all of our license agreements.
Open access materials may be viewed from anywhere.