About the search service OneSearch
What is OneSearch?
OneSearch is the University Library's all-in-one search service and includes the library catalogue and most of our databases. For full functionality in OneSearch you need a library account which you can get here.
What can you find in OneSearch?
In OneSearch you can find books, articles, journals, dissertations, conference proceedings, reports, databases and a lot more. You can find all of our eBooks and printed books and almost all our databases full text articles. To search in a specific database instead, see our list of databases.
What can you do in OneSearch?
- Create and copy a permanent link to a certain catalogue entry
- Download a reference to a catalogue entry in different formats (for example RIS, RefWorks, EndNote)
- Create and copy a reference to a certain catalogue entry
- Send a catalogue entry to an email address
- Save a search query to make it available during your search session
- Save entries on a list that remains available during your search session
- Access "My account"
- Make orders/reservations
- Limit your search according to parameters such as full text, subject, journal and database
After logging in to "My account" you can also:
- Save a search query
- Set alert to your email address for a saved query
- Save entries on a list
- Label saved entries.
Frequently asked questions
Problems finding a specific article/journal?
Problems finding a specific book?
If you are looking for a specific book and cannot find it - try searching in Libris.
Why am I unable to log in to OneSearch?
If you do not have a library card/library account you will not be able to log in through the log in window in the top right corner of OneSearch. If you are a student or staff member you can create a library account by filling in the library account application form on our website. If you are a member of the public or a student at another institution you can apply for a library card by filling in the form on one of the designated computers near the library information desk; when you have filled in the form you can pick up your library card at the information desk when showing a valid photo ID.
The maps are not as accurate as they used to be?
We are currently working on developing and improving the functionality of the maps.