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Online @ the CR Library

The CR Library is available for you every day of the year, all day (and all night!) From here, you can link to library materials, learn how to use them, and get help from our librarians without ever leaving your computer.

OneSearch - Books, Videos, and More

OneSearch is the library's "discovery" system - a catalog of information resources that includes both physical items in the library as well as databases, electronic books and journals, websites, and much more.

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Two books with a question mark superimposed.Have you used OneSearch this semester? 
We'd like your opinion (it only takes 2 minutes!)

To locate online materials in OneSearch, enter your topic in the box and click "search".
(note: OneSearch will open in a new tab.)

You can use the checkboxes to "Refine Your Results"

  • Under "Availability", select Available Online
  • Under "Resource Type", select the type of resource you're looking for, such as Book or Video. 

By default, using the search box above will search everything that is available to you, including a huge number of ‚ÄčOpen Access materials. These are high-quality academic resources that are available on the web, and can include scholarly journals, books, dissertations, and other resources from all over the world.


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Using OneSearch - Basic Tutorial

Get help from a Librarian!

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You can get help with your research, even when you can't come to campus!

Use the icon above to contact a reference librarian by chat or email.

If chat is not available at the moment, you'll be redirected to our "Ask-a-Librarian" form, and a librarian will respond as quickly as possible.  Please allow at least 48 hours for responses to emails!