Sneak Peek!

Hidden in the stacks of King Library, a team of librarians has been working hard to create a new libraries website for YOU.

They are still early in the development process. The design and content is still evolving and changes frequently. However, the team has reached a point where your feedback would be highly valued.

Filling out the feedback form at right sends your comments directly to the web team. Be honest; the more issues we identify today, the better the website will become for full-time use in Summer 2020.

Before you dive in, below is a quick tour of the new site. We look forward to hearing your thoughts and ideas!

Quick tour

This new website aims provides you with fast and easy access to all our services and resources. Please note, this is a work in progress. Numerous links lead back to our current site.

Navigation: Our new navigation menu above is split into three sections...

  • Research & Support: Covers everything you can find and do at your libraries.
  • Using the libraries: How to use our services and resources.
  • About: Information about our locations and organization.

OneSearch box: On our new homepage you'll see OneSearch, where you can now search our in-library materials and online resources all at once. The tabs at left also allows you to jump straight to article or book searches. Links below the search boxes feature additional resources and advanced options. You can still search articles, books, or our website on their own in tabs below OneSearch.

It's all happening at your libraries: Our new front page showcases our resources, services, news, exhibits, collections, and events.

Chat with us: Click the "Ask Us" button at the right side of any page to chat with a real librarian.

New content throughout: Our new databases A-Z list allows you to focus on your subject of study. Our new Makerspace and labs give you new ways to create and innovate. Read about all this and more on the new site.

Start from our beta homepage at

We'd love your feedback!

Below is a feedback form you can use as many times as you desire. You'll see questions related to the website's design, content, and navigation.