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USearch is a Google-like search engine which searches across many of the library databases including thousands of e-journals from one search box. It presents a single results list of journal articles, conference papers, reports and more. Note that, at the moment, it only includes access to electronic information and does not yet cover our library catalogue records (including ebooks).
The default search screen is basic searching although for greater search options you should click on the ‘Advanced Search’ option. USearch will search all subject areas at once and return results for items held in the Library’s e-journals and many of our databases. Most of these items will be available in full-text format.