Library One Search cross-searches most of the library's resources, including books, ebooks, scores, audios, videos, journal articles, streaming audio and video, and more!
You can find it on the library website - it's our default search box!
Too many hits?
Find (almost) all of the library's materials in one place: articles, books, video and audio materials, and more!
Library One Search cross-searches the library catalog and most of our databases.
More Authoritative than Google.
Google searches return the good, the bad, and the ugly. It's up to you to figure out which is which.
Using the new Library One Search box gives you the simplicity of the Google Box with the authority of results chosen for academic libraries.
Library One Search will tell you what format or genre you have: book, book chapter, academic article, magazine article, report, etc. It can also give you a citation in various forms: MLA, APA, Chicago, and others.
Log in with your Rider Google account to save searches and create folders for all of your research projects!
Books, articles, music, video, and more!
Use this tool to find articles, books, video and audio materials, and more. A wide variety of full text materials is included, as well as location information for hard copy materials in the Rider University Libraries.
From your intitial search results, use the left hand navigation bar to narrow, refine, and customize your search.
More than one search box helps you conceptualize your topic and refine your search by swapping out different concept and terms more easily and efficiently.
These databases are currently NOT YET AVAILABLE for searching via Library One Search.
You will need to search them individually.
Limit to "Rider University Libraries Catalog" to find books, chapters in books, and DVDs.
Either before your search: