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How do I use Beaman Library eResources?

Bison Search searches everything Beaman Library has access to, except for Dissertations and Thesis. It is a Google-like search bar that provides you with result filters to narrow down your search. 

Research Guides were created to help you navigate the resources available to you within a particular discipline or major. Research Guides are a great place to start looking for information about a topic in your field. 

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Searching a subject-specific database is similar to using Bison Search, but usually generates more limited and narrow results. 

You can find a full list of Beaman Library's databases using our Databases list, or you can find subject-specific databases by using the databases tab in your discipline's Research Guide.

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If you would like more specific tips or strategies for searching, please reach out to one of your Beaman Librarians for additional research assistance, or schedule a Research Appointment