Nearly all search tools have an Advanced Search option which gives researchers much more control over what they find.
Advanced searches generally let you choose in what "Field" you want to search for your keywords (title, author, etc.) as well as other limits or search refinements to help researchers find specific results.
The link to the Advanced Search is found on the right side of the single search box.
Within the Advanced Search you have the option to (1) select a search scope, (2) "pre-set" some of your search refinements, and (3) specify in which "field" you would like to search for your keywords, such as in the title field, subject field, or author field.
You can create a search as simple or as complex as you wish. Please note, the more complex a search gets - the more likely you will find few or no results at all.
Below is an example of an advanced search that specifies what field the keywords should appear in, the material type desired, and a publication date range:
Before saving and items or search results in OneSearch, you will first want to sign in to your account using your Star ID and password. This will ensure your saved items will be there each time you log in and won't disappear when you leave OneSearch.
If you would like to save an item from your search results so you don't lose track of it, simply click the Pin icon to the right of the item title.
You will see the box around the item turn yellow and the pin icon will become crossed out (indicating it's been saved).
You can view all of your saved items by clicking the Pin icon in the top right corner of the OneSearch screen (where the Sign In / Library account links are).
From this area you can view your saved items, navigate to the full text if available, or remove them from the saved list (click the crossed out pin icon). There are more actions available under the ellipses menu (icon that looks like three dots in a line).
To return to your search results, click the magnifying glass icon in the top right corner (next to your name if signed in).
Above the search box in OneSearch are links to other available features.