Leeds University Library

Search@Library launch

Published Wednesday 25 July 2012

a woman using a tablet PC outdoors

Want to find journal articles in the Library Catalogue? You can, and more … with the new Search@Library

From 31 July, there'll be a new way to search the Catalogue to find all of the Library's resources. Search@Library means you can find journal articles and books more easily, and with a cleaner look and feel. 

Benefits of Search@Library include a neat and intuitive way to focus your search results, using categories like online or print, library location, year and language. For the first time, you can do one simple search to find full-text journal articles and other resources held in various local repositories and databases.

Search@Library has been an option on the homepage and in the Portal since Spring 2011. Since then we have user tested and made improvements to get it ready to launch as the main way to see what Library resources are available for you.  But, if you miss the old interface, there's still the option to use the "Classic Catalogue" on the homepage.  

Try Search@Library now and let us know what you think!

Did you know that Search@Library can also be used with smartphones