OneSearch: OneSearch in Your Class

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OneSearch in Your Class

Welcome, Faculty! Need to teach your students about OneSearch?

The OneSearch Management Team has created the following instructional tools for faculty and personnel on campus:

  • The Research Process Chapter: Have your students read the chapter about OneSearch. You can find the chapter, which is part of a textbook titled The Research Process: Strategies for Undergraduate Students, here.
  • OneSearch Activity: This activity ask students to perform a specific series of tasks within OneSearch prior to reflecting on how OneSearch is useful to undergraduates at Western Washington University Libraries (See below).
  • OneSearch Overview: This overview of OneSearch provides instructors with a refresher on functions and features within OneSearch (See below).
  • OneSearch Glossary: â€‹Familiarize yourself with a quick list of terms associated with OneSearch (See below).
  • OneSearch AskUs Entries: These question-and-answer entries are useful to consult when you are seeking information about a specific function within OneSearch. You can explore these entries here.

Questions? Contact Rebecca M. Marrall at rebecca.marrall@wwu.edu, or at onesearch@wwu.edu.

Discovery Services Librarian

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Rebecca Marrall
Contact:
Resource Discovery Unit
HH320P
(360) 650-4493
Subjects:Communication