Use keywords to represent your topic. Keywords are a series of key words that help you discover what information can be found in a particular article or book. Video tutorials on keyword and advanced search strategies explain how to develop a list of keywords and structure your search.
For further assistance, stop by the Reference Desk, call the Desk at 406-243-6866, or use the chat service or email a message with your specific question. The chat/email option appears in the lower right corner of the library web pages. The Desk, phone, and chat hours are 9am-5pm, Monday-Friday. Email messages are responded to from within 24-48 hours.
ScholarWorks is a collection of the published and unpublished research and creative scholarship of the University of Montana community. It gathers, showcases, and makes freely available these works for public utilization. It is a part of the Mansfield Library's services.
Do you need a secure place for your data or scholarship to live? Contact Wendy Walker, Digital Initiatives Librarian and manager of ScholarWorks and take a look at "who can contribute to ScholarWorks?".
There are two ways to do this.
You can create a permanent link from OneSearch. Click the article title from your OneSearch search results. On the resulting page under the article information you will see a "Cite & Send" section. Click the "Link/URL" link under that section. You will then see the permalink URL for the article, which you can copy and paste.
Some databases (e.g., Academic Search Complete) also have a permalink option.
All current University of Montana students, staff, and faculty can access content that has been restricted to campus even when they are off-campus. To create an account, follow these steps: