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GEP 331: Restoration and Society


OneSearch includes many, many different kinds of sources: primary texts, reference sources, and criticism. It covers all subject areas, so it can sometimes bring back more results that you want to deal with. 

Use the "Refine my Results" options on the left side of the screen to narrow down by resource type, date, language, or subject. 

OneSearch is the only way to find books and DVDs in the library. 

This video will give you more information about searching OneSearch. 

Search OneSearch

Use this form to search OneSearch. You can choose whether to search keywords, or look for a specific title, author, or subject term. You can also narrow down to the type of item you're looking for.

Sample books on environmental topics

The Library has access to hundred of books on environmental history. Use the boxes above and the the left to search for more book titles. Here are a few samples:

Films and Documentaries

The library has many  films on environmental history topics. Here are a few examples:

Media - Video, Audio & Images

You can find video and audio resources both in physical formats (DVD, VHS, even LPs! - the Library has equipment for you to play it all) and also streaming, via the databases listed below. To find these materials using OneSearch, enter your keywords and then limit your Resource Type to Audio Visual.

You may also want to simply click on the video databases below, in order to search and browse related items that you also might find relevant.