Answered By: Sarah Morehouse Last Updated: Feb 12, 2015 Views: 2
We do not have MLA International Bibliography. That database contains no full-text content. It indexes content and links to it in other databases. OneSearch provides access to that same content, so that is what we recommend using.
To search OneSearch for literature content, go to the library web site and use the OneSearch search box at the top of the page. Just enter your basic keyword search and you will have the opportunity to refine it in a moment.
You will be taken to a search results list with the search box at the top of the page. Click the link for Advanced Search that is right under the search box. This will allow you to narrow and refine your search.
Under "Choose a Discipline to Search" put a check in the checkbox for Literature and Writing and then click the Search button up at the top.
This will take you back to your search results page. On the left side of the page there are options to narrow your search down by document type, among other things. Of particular interest, you can narrow it down to just Academic Journals, just Reviews, just Books, or any combination. Of course, just like in any other database, you can also narrow it down by a publication date range or scholarly/peer reviewed, and those options are in the left column too.
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