Relive the excitement of UNO Hockey in Criss Library Archives & Special Collections! UNO began its NCAA Division I hockey program in the fall of 1997. The first Maverick hockey contest was on October 17, 1997 at the Omaha Civic Auditorium – a 3-2 loss to the University of Manitoba Bisons. The display includes memorabilia from the first game including a game-worn jersey from the first Maverick to score a goal, programs, tickets, and photographs along with a signed puck, cowbell, and programs signed by the 2015 Frozen Four Mavericks Hockey team. Video clips from the game can also be viewed in the lobby of Archives & Special Collections.
Relive UNO’s first NCAA Division I Hockey game! Criss Library will replay UNO’s sold out 1997 exhibition hockey game against the University of Manitoba on Saturday, October 17th at 1:30pm to mark the first hockey game at Baxter Arena. Memorabilia including a game-worn jersey, photographs, programs, & more will also be on display in Criss Library Archives & Special Collections.
Free & open to the public. Light refreshments will be served.
For more information, contact Amy Schindler at firstname.lastname@example.org, 402-554-6046.
What is Multi-Search?
Multi-Search is a TOTALLY NEW federated search engine the Library purchased to replace the old Central Search product. Multi-Search allows you to simultaneously search multiple UNO Library databases. Multi-Search will link you directly to online resources found in multiple databases and journals. Multi-Search allows you to login to your “My Account”, create customized search groups, add items to a “session folder”, print or email “session folder” entries and do a whole lot more.
Remember though, not all UNO Library databases are included within Multi-Search.
- Use “Resource Categories” to search multiple databases within the stated subject areas.
- Use “Best Bets” to search some of the "Top 10 databases" and the library catalog at the same time.
- Limiting your search to 4 or 5 databases at a time or one subject area results in quicker response times for search results.
- Use the “Advanced Search” to assist building complex queries\boolean searching.
- Use quotes to search a phrase, e.g., “gun control”
When doing in-depth research, you will get better results by searching databases directly, as direct searches within each database allow use of thesauri and filters/limiting options.
Systematic downloading of large amounts of material in a short period of time (such as all abstracts and/or full text articles from entire journal issues) is strictly prohibited by publishers. Failure by patrons to comply with this restriction may result in the loss of access by all users to a particular resource.