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Disability in the Modern World: History of a Social Movement: Searching by Discipline


Institutional holdings will vary, so search menus and results may look different than what is shown here. 

Browsing by disciplineUsing the Discipline Navigation Tab

Use the Discipline tab in the top navigation menu (#1 in image) to select a discipline.

The Disciplines will be listed below the menu option (#2).

Notice over to the right of the Discipline list, will be sub-categories, known as Communities (#3).  Communities will each have their own (varying) pages with featured information about the content.

Features on the disciplines pageDiscipline Search Page

After selecting the Discipline, users will see a page similar to the one, right.  

In the center is a description of the discipline with a search box  (#1 in image) to allow users to search within that content.  To the right of the search box is a link to the Advanced search page (see Advanced Search page in this guide for more information). 

To the left on the screen  (#2) is a list that allows users to browse by title, disciplines, people etc.

The Browse Titles links (#3) allows users to browse all the titles in the Communities that make up each Discipline.

On the far right (#4) are some of the collections that make up the Discipline, and just below that are Editior's Selections - individual titles, playlists, and clips.

Finally, at the bottom, are featured titles (#5).