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OneSearch @ CSULB: What OneSearch Looks Like

OneSearch Features

When you search, you might notice that OneSearch...

      • is similar to Google in that it provides a single search box and will ask "Did You Mean" if you misspell a word
      • is better than Google in that you can sort, rank, and refine your results; results that come from reliable library sources
      • has a built-in citation feature to help you cite your sources in the right style
      • will let you you save and share your results
Look below for examples of OneSearch results pages and some of the features mentioned above.

Basic Results Page

What a Typical Results Page Looks Like

basic results page, with annotations

More specific searching

Other Notable Results Page Features

articles results page, annotated