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Which databases are in OneSearch+?


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What is OneSearch+?

OneSearch+ is a single search box that allows researchers to look for books, articles, primary and secondary resources, and relevant collections all at the same time. This single search box accesses an index of a majority (but not all of) the library's collections and holdings.

Can I still search the library catalog or access individual databases separately?

Yes! OneSearch+ is meant to be another way for researchers to discover our vast resources. You can still access LINUS (our library catalog) and also access individual databases via our Database page.

Can I use OneSearch+ off campus? Who has access to OneSearch+?

If you are off campus, you can access OneSearch+, but you will have to log in using your MyLMU account.

Currently, only LMU students, faculty, and staff have full access to OneSearch+ off campus. Alumni, Loyola Law School students, and visitors must be on campus to access OneSearch+.

I need help using OneSearch+!

If you need more help, visit a librarian at the Information Desk or reach out online. To contact a librarian directly, please check out our Get Help website. 

Is there a way to access OneSearch+ using my mobile device?

Yes! OneSearch+ will automatically detect and configure to most mobile devices, including tablets. For more information, please click here.

Which databases are included in OneSearch+?

Not everything that the library owns is in OneSearch+. Some databases, like ProQuest databases, are not available through OneSearch+ but they can be found on the database list.

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