Sueltenfuss Library announces new discovery system

The OLLU Sueltenfuss Library announces the launch of, “One Search,” a new product that has streamlined the search process to find reliable information through the library’s robust collections.

One Search provides fast, easy access to all of the library’s resources (primary sources, articles, videos, books and e-books) through a single search box on the library web page. Faculty can promote this to students searching for supplemental reading materials, as well as find great resources to support classroom instruction.

One Search offers the following features and benefits:

  • Mobile-friendly interface
  • Intuitive search and retrieval options, including source type and subject limiters, to help students isolate the most relevant results
  • Research Starters (topic overviews) to provide students with background information they need to get started with research
  • Text-to-Speech for HTML articles to assist readers with disabilities or those learning English
  • Faculty can embed the search box directly in course pages in Blackboard
  • The advanced search interface provides even more content for in-depth graduate-level or faculty research

To access One Search, go to the library’s homepage at and use the search box.

For more information, view the introductory video tutorial about One Search.

For more information, contact Rebecca Crago at