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Searches the books, e-books, journals, government documents, and other physical and digital items owned by the library. Individual journal articles are not retrieved by the search. Can be used to find both primary and secondary sources.
A combined search of the library's books, journal articles, databases, and more. Searches Orbis as well as Morris, which is the Law Library catalog. Consider this a Google-like search of a vast amount of resources, but keep in mind some library materials are not indexed by the search. The search refinements and availability of multiple search fields are key to limiting the usually large number of results and finding the most relevant sources.
Single-search platform for a wide array of scholarly journals in many subject areas. This is an alternative interface to the Articles+ facet of Quicksearch with more features including abstracts in the results list.
Documenting the sources you use in your final project is a key part of the research and writing process. Complete and accurate citations to the journal articles, books, and other items you use will allow readers to verify your sources and explore them further if they'd like to learn more about the issues you've raised.
Please consult the Unified style sheet for linguistics for information on how to cite your sources: