Search Using Nexis Uni®
There are several methods you can use to perform your research using Nexis Uni. Watch this brief video, or review the information in the table below:
|What Do You Want To Do?||Your Best Search Option|
|I want to perform a single, general search across all content types.||Use the main search box on the home page.|
|I want to capitalize on data I already know about my search. For example, I know the specific dates I want to search in, and I know the specific content type I want to search in.||Use the Advanced Search form.|
|I want to create a simple search targeting a particular type of content, such as news, legal cases, or publications.||Use the guided search form in the task pods. Following are the types of searches you can perform using these tasks:|
I want to view content that Nexis Uni has already found and curated for Business, Criminal Justice, or Political Science subjects.
Tip: These options are helpful for new students who want to learn about a discipline or advanced students who need fast, current awareness within a field of study.
|Use one of these discipline pages to discover topic-specific news stories, publications, cases, and so forth.|
|I want to view information about a company or executive.||Use the LexisNexis product, Company Dossier, to perform your search.|
|I want to view patent filings.||Use the Patent Filings option from the Menu drop-down list and complete the patent-specific Advanced Search form.|