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OneSearch Mānoa: Finding Electronic Resources

This guide explains how to use OneSearch Mānoa and describes its content.

Finding Electronic Resources

From the online versions of Nature to The Oxford Encyclopedia of American Literature, the UHM Library offers a rich variety of electronic resources (e-books, e-magazines, e-journals, and more) available to UHM students, faculty, and staff to use for free. 

1) To find an electronic resource, simply type in the title of what you are looking for and click the magnifying glass icon or ENTER key.

For this example, let us try to find the online version of the Oxford English Dictionary.

Image of a search for the Oxford English Dictionary


2) This simple search will lead you to a results page with an entry that looks like this:


Image of a brief record for the Oxford English Dictionary


3) To access this online resource, click on Available Online.  This action will open up a new window or browser tab with a link to the online resource.

Image of a e-resource gateway link to the Oxford English Dictionary

Clicking on the big title link will allow you to sign in with your UH username and password and access the online newspaper.