From now on LibSearch offers the possibility to preserve your search context by reapplying these filters without manually selecting them for each search in a search session.
You want to save your repetitive research tasks with complex Boolean logic, multiple facets and specific databases to track new publications from an array of disciplines? LibSearch offers you a new service.
UM Library is looking for a UM student to participate in improving our discovery service LibSearch. Can you think out of the box? Then we are looking for you.
One of your long-cherished LibSearch wishes has been realised. From now on the order of your search results changed to the better.
The University Library supports faculties to publish their digital MaRBLe Research reports. All the published articles are findable in LibSearch now.
The University Library is looking for a student with an opinion about LibSearch, who can help us improve the library search engine. As a student you know what your peers would like to see different and how they search.
When you quickly want to find e-journals in LibSearch, i.e. “Nature of Science”, use the advanced search option below the search box. Select the filter “title phrase”. Fill in “Nature” and click on the search button. The first result is the one you are looking for.
As from Monday 1 February the University Library offers you LibSearch, an improved library search engine for all students and employees of Maastricht University and external library members. It has a new interface and offers extra search options. You might run into some questions during your first usages. We are ready to help you.
On Monday 1 February, the University Library switches to the new library system LibSearch. Transferring all the information from the old to the new system takes time. Therefore, it will not be possible to borrow, renew and/or reserve books or other materials from 29 through 31 January.
Announcement: As from 1 February 2016, the University Library offers you LibSearch, an improved library search engine for all students and employees of Maastricht University. LibSearch is the successor to the formerly used search engine Quick Search and the UM catalogue. It has a new interface and offers extra search options.