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GO Search: Introduction to GO Search

One Search to Rule Them All

What is GO Search?

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Think of GO Search as "one search to rule them all." GO Search allows you to search the majority of the Library's databases with just one search. 

When you search GO Search you will find results for print books from the Library Cataloge-books from our various e-book collections, as well as journal articles from our various journal databasesWe have also included other free databases that you might find helpful for your research.

No more going to various databases and searching their content individually. You now have GO Search!


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GO Search searches for books, ebooks, journal articles, and more.



Search for articles within all of our EBSCO databases.


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Search for books and materials available for interlibrary loan from other libraries.


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Search for dissertations from SEBTS and other schools in Proquest Dissertations

How To Use This Guide

GO Search is a great way to begin finding resources for your paper. The greatest feature of GO Search is that it consolidates materials from various databases into one set of results. Because of this, your searches may produce far more results than you desire. This guide will walk you through how to manipulate GO Search in order to find the results that best fit your needs.

Searching In GO Search will introduce you to the basic and advanced searches in GO Search. It will also provide you with a few search tips and connect you with websites to further help you in your searching.

Refining Your Results will help you expand, limit, and fine tune your results to fit your needs.

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