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Introducing Scholar OneSearch

Scholar OneSearch provides simple, one-stop searching for books, articles, digital media, e-resources, government publications, and more.

Local Northeastern collections and global resources may be discovered through Scholar OneSearch; many items available are available in full-text online.


Use Scholar OneSearch

Learn to navigate Scholar OneSearch, the new search tool which  provides simple, one-stop searching for books, articles, digital media, and more.


New Subject Guide

Please visit the Social Science Team's new guide, Social Science Statistics.

Watch for the launch of the companion Social Sciences Data guide in Fall 2013.



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Quick Links

To locate books, e-books, government publications, and digital media try Scholar OneSearch.  This search box searches only the NU catalog; no articles are included in the search results.

Scholar OneSearch

(catalog-only version)

To begin an article search, try several of our interdisciplinary databases or check all

Article Search Databases.  Selected interdisciplinary databases include: JSTOR,

Academic Search Premier, and the Web of Science.

For encyclopedia articles, try the 
International Encyclopedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences.


Online and Print Dissertations

Many NU dissertations are searchable in IRis, Northeastern's Institutional Repository, and in Digital Dissertations at NU.

To search for dissertations beyond NU, use Proquest's Dissertations and Theses.

Copies of all print dissertations and theses submitted to Northeastern University are held in the University Archives, 92 Snell Library.  Archives is open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

NU dissertations are cataloged and searchable through Scholar OneSearch. For best results, use the Library catalog search option (dropdown at right of search box).


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