Fleet SEARCH provides a single, integrated search box for searching RISD Library's information resources, including scholarly journal articles, books, e-books, internet documents, research reports, and much more.
Fleet SEARCH does not replace the library’s existing services such as the RISD/ATH Catalog or the Databases and e-journals Index . What distinguishes the new service is the ability to search across previously separate systems from a single search box and get back fast and relevant results. Once a search has been done, results can be filtered and refined by subject, author, format, language, date and many other facets.
What’s new about this service?
It offers an integrated search across most of the Library's subscription databases and the RISD/ATH Catalog.
What’s included in Fleet SEARCH?
What’s NOT included in Fleet SEARCH?
Additionally, the following are PARTIALLY INCLUDED in Fleet SEARCH:
parts of BuildingGreen (Environmental Building News is included)
parts of Oxford Art Online (Grove Art Online is included)
Note about JSTOR: JSTOR results will appear in keyword, author and title searches. JSTOR results will not appear when searching by subject. Why? JSTOR has no subject indexing.
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Search Databases + RISD/ATH Catalog
Fleet SEARCH is a great place to start your research. It helps you quickly find relevant resources on a subject, without having to decide which database(s) to search.
The facets allow you to filter your search results in a variety of ways, including date range, source, source type, subject, and scholarly designation. The library's cataloged resources are also integrated into the search results.
Art Images & Materials are Elsewhere
To find Images & Materials see Images & Materials databases. Material Connexion and our Image Databases are not included in Fleet SEARCH.
To take advantage of the richest features of a database, including the subject thesaurus or specialized limiters, search a specific subject-relevant database.
For example, Avery Index to Architectural Periodicals has image searching features only available in its unique index.