When you choose the Search Everything option, your search results can include full-text articles, books, e-books, DVDs, online videos, and more.
See Advanced Search/Other Tools for information on extra search options.
You can start by typing in one word (for example, adhd) or do a more complex search of a phrase or question (such as "ethics in human resource management" or "what are the effects of divorce on teens".
When you are finished with a search, you can start another one by clicking the Start New Search link at the top of the screen.
Let's say that you do a search on ADHD treatment and get 22,886 results.
Don't worry, you can use the limiter and filter options on the left side of the screen to help narrow down your results!
The most common ways to narrow your results are:
To view physical items available at a specific NWTC library location, use Filter by Library Location.
Filter by database or publication to select items from a specific resource or journal.
Filter by subject to narrow your results to specific concepts.
Do you want to only see sources that you can read or view online?
You can limit to online resources in the Refine Results column on the left side of the screen.
In the Current Search box, make sure that there are no Limiters listed. To clear any Limiter, click the corresponding x.
In the Limit To box, click in the box next to Limit to Full Text.