The screenshot below shows the beginning of a list of search results for the search terms educational diversity. The results were then limited to only those results available in the library (1), leaving 127 results in the list (2).
The first result in the list indicates that multiple versions of that record exist (3). This is usually displayed when the library owns a physical copy and also has access to an online version.
By default, SuperSearch results are sorted by relevance to your search terms. Click the Sort by dropdown (4) to change the sort order. For example, "Date - newest" will show the most recently published results at the top.
The image below shows the various parts of an individual search result. In this case, the result is an article from a peer reviewed journal. Not every result will contain all of these parts, and some results will contain more. The important thing to remember is that each result will be organized in a similar way, which will help you quickly identify the information you need.
1. Material Type icon - In this case, the fanned-out covers represent a journal article. The material type ("Article") also appears as text above the title.
2. Citation Information - For journal articles, like this one, you'll see the article title, author(s), and publication details. For books, you'll see title, author/creator, publisher, and publication year.
3. Peer Reviewed icon - Lets you see at a glance that this is a scholarly, or peer reviewed, article. This area might also display an "Open Access" icon if the article is from a freely available journal.
4. Full Text indicators - For online material, full text availability will be indicated here. For books and other physical materials, checkout availability is indicated here. Among the indicators you'll see are:
5. View Online - This area will display one or more links to the full text. For example, if we have access to an article in both JSTOR and EBSCO, both options will appear.
6. Add this record to My Favorites.
7. Navigation - Use these links to jump to a particular section of the record.
8. Citation Tools - Only available for journal articles, Citation Tools allow you to explore resources connected to an article through citations.
9. Actions - These are tools you can use to send or share the record. You can view and export the citation to a variety of citation managers, email or print the record, get a persistent link to the record, or report a problem with the record to the library.
10. Details - In addition to title, author, and sources, you may find other information about the record here, such as subjects, a description (abstract), table of contents, or other notes.
11. Related links - Some records may contain this section, which may link to publisher descriptions, tables of contents, or related websites. You should not rely on links in this section for full text access. Use the Full Text indicators or View Online section instead.