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OneSearch LibGuide

Provides information on how to use OneSearch and other library services


The Browse search allows you to browse library material (local material only) in order to find information of relevance quickly. You can browse material by author, title, and subject. In the results, you can click an underlined entry to see its associated records. It is also possible to browse by call number, which returns a list of associated records in brief format. Clicking a title displays its full record.

To access Browse click on the ellipses at the top of the page.

Click the Browse link, as shown below.

You can also choose to browse when you open up the full bibliographic record for the title you are looking for.  On the left, below the icon or the cover of the resource, there is an option to Virtual Browse.  It is also at the bottom of the page.  The cover of the resource will appear with the title of the resource and the date.  You can scroll left and right to see other titles on the same shelf as the title you are looking at.  Clicking on a title then opens up the full bibliographic record for that title.