Access during COVID-19

April 25-May 13, Weaver Library is open 7 days a week, 9am-12am midnight. You can also contact us by chat, text, and email during these hours. We’re providing limited services in the Main Library lobby. The Health Sciences Library is open to Health Sciences affiliates. Learn more about access during COVID-19.

Save a search & set up alerts

Want to save your search criteria for future use? You can save a search in My Favorites with the search terms and other criteria that you specify (author, subject, format, location, etc).

You can then quickly run this same search on future visits or set up an alert to be notified when new material is added that meet your search criteria.

Create a saved search

  1. Sign in to your library account.
  2. Set up your search. Use advanced search if you want to limit by course information, format, location, publication date, or language. Or try searching by title, author, or keywords.
  3. Once your search is ready, select the search icon or press the Enter key.
  4. On the search results screen, select Save Search with pin icon, which appears above the search results. 

You can save your search even if no results were found (e.g. looking for a title hasn't been added to our records yet).

Delete a saved search

  1. Sign in to your library account.
  2. Select My Favorites (the pin in the top banner).
  3. Select Saved Searches.
  4. Select the unpin icon that appears to the right of the search that you want to remove from the list.

Access your saved search

  1. Sign in to your library account.
  2. Select My Favorites (the pin in the top banner).
  3. Select Saved Searches.
  4. Select the search you want to use.

Set up an alert

We'll send you an email when we receive new material matching your search criteria if you set up an alert. 

  1. Sign in to your library account.
  2. Select My Favorites (the pin in the top banner).
  3. Select Saved Searches.
  4. Select the Set Alert bell icon that appears to the right of the search for which you want to receive information.