The library search engine UniSearch has received a new interface. Filters have been moved to directly below the search box. To find out how you can access each item, click the “Access options” button.
The new interface is fully adapted to mobile phones and tablets. Another improvement is that URLs are no longer session-specific, making it possible to save and share a record by simply copying the URL.
In UniSearch, a Discovery system provided by EBSCO, you can search for all types of material, for example scholarly articles and books in the library collections (print and electronic). You can limit your search according to categories such as peer review material and full texts. The “Concept map” feature, found via the left-hand menu, allows you to explore specific research topics.
As a student or employee at LiU, sign in with your LiU-ID to access library e-books and e-journals via UniSearch.
In the left-hand menu, there are also links to My Loans, where you manage your loans and reservations, and “Publications”, the Library’s journal’s list where you can search for journals and e-books.
Coinciding with the launch of the new interface, the search box at the library web has also been given a new design: