What is Search@UW?Search@UW is a new way of searching for items you may not have known about. It is a search engine and resource discovery tool that provides credible, relevance ranked results from e-resources, databases, indexes, Google Scholar, and other article resources. In your search results, facets appear on the left-hand side of the searchscreen and can help you refine your results.
Search@UW is not intended to entirely replace other search tools, and you can still access the native interface of databases and indexes, but we hope that it will be a much-valued addition to your research needs.
Some databases and journals allow full-text searching, others include only citation information (e.g., title, author, abstract, etc.), but may be accessible from Search@UW via SFX links.
In the near future, Search@UW will also include the Library’s catalog, other UW library catalogs, and digital collections. We will keep you posted on those updates.
You can provide feedback by contacting the reference librarian or Terri Muraski at firstname.lastname@example.org