Discover! indexes content from many library databases and the library catalog, as well as open access resources from the Web. Discover! enables you to search across the Learning Commons library collection and many databases and e-resources from a single search box.
How do I use Discover!?
Discover! is a starting point for research across the library's resource collections and subject disciplines. Use Discover! to find peer-reviewed and popular articles, books and e-books, reference sources and statistics, videos and images, and more!
Can I search all of the library's resources using Discover!?
Unfortunately, not all library resources are available through Discover! -- you can find them here.
You might miss relevant resources without searching these databases individually. The library is working with our service provider to include these databases in Discover! as soon as possible.
How can I report problems with or send feedback about Discover!?
Library Services appreciates your feedback. You can use forms listed here to report problems or send suggestions. Your fellow Discover! users will be glad you did!
Why did Library Services decide to implement Discover!?
We recognize that research habits in the age of Google and Wikipedia are different than they were in the age of the card catalog. Discover! is an effort to make scholarly resources selected and paid for by Library Services as accessible and easy to use as a normal Web search.
Rather than searching individual library databases and the library catalog separately, Discover! enables you to search across the Learning Commons library collection and many databases and e-resources from a single search box.
My question isn't answered here.
Questions and problems can be answered via chat (box to right), email, or by phone: 610-359-5419