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Using the UNH Manchester Library Search Box

If you want to learn more about any of your results, click anywhere in the box on the results page. More information--what's called the full record details--will slide out from the right side of your browser.

Click through the images below to learn more about what information the record tells you.

Contents

In the top left corner under the resource type icon, you'll see the list of sections in the record. Clicking any item in the list will take you to that section.

Send To

The Send To section gives you options for ways to send the record to yourself or others. You can copy the citation in your preferred style, email the record, copy the permalink, print the record, and export the citation details in RIS format for your citation manager (like Zotero).

View Online

If the resource is available online, the View Online section tells you where you can access the full text. For databases, make sure you check if the available date range under the titlethe database might be listed for full text availability even if the article itself isn't due to it being outside the date range.

View online

Find It

If the resource is available in print, the Find It section tells you the location in the library with the call number and floor and whether or not it's available for checkout.

If you're signed in, you can see what request options are available.

Details

The Details section gives you the information about the resource, such as the title, creator, subjects (what it's about), and more. Some records will have more details than others, including a description of the resource.

If the detail is blue, that means you can click on it, and it will search for other resources with that detail!

Browse Shelf

If the resource is a physical item, the Browse Shelf section lets you see what is next to or near the resource on the actual shelf in the library!

Links

Some resources have a Links section. Often, this will just have the source record which is only relevant to the librarians (or the curious). Sometimes it will have other links out, such as the example above which takes you to where you can listen to the audio. Others might have the table of contents, biographical information about the author, and more.

Citations

Some records, especially for articles, allow you to see what sources cite this item and what sources this item cites, just like in the search results.

Related Reading

For articles, the catalog suggests more which might be related or similar to the one you're looking at.