When you a find a few relevant journal articles or book, you can use what you have already found to find other resources on the same topic.
There are a few strategies you can apply. The guide shows you how to find more using Subject Headings.
When you enter your keyword search in OMNI, you are given a list of results. Click on a title and you are brought to that resource's bibliographic record . This record provides a lot of detail about a book, article, video, map, and other resources.
- Publication date
- Call #
- Online availability
The bibliographic record also includes subject headings, a controlled vocabulary derived by the Library of Congress.
This vocabulary links all records in OMNI on the same topic.
Search for this title "Living in a dangerous climate: climate change and human evolution".
From the search results, click on the title which is hyperlinked; you are then brought to a bibliographic record. Scroll down and you will see Subjects. Click on the terms and you will be given a whole new set of results.