LibX is a browser extension for Firefox and Google Chrome that provides direct access to the library's resources. You can use the toolbar to search in Lumen, Prospector, Google Scholar, or the library's e-journal portal (search options vary for each). LibX for IE is no longer built.
The toolbar will display below the Address bar in your browser once it is installed. You can search directly from the LibX toolbar or using the right-click context menu. It also places cues in web pages you visit, such as Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble, if the library has resources related to that page.
You can highlight a citation you find on the web or in a document, then drag-and-drop it onto the Scholar button on the toolbar to search Google Scholar for the article and determine if Regis subscribes to the full-text online. To use this feature, make sure to select the Regis Library in your Google Scholar Preferences.
This is a plug-in for your browser’s search box, usually found on your browsers navigation toolbar, and works in Firefox 2.0 and higher, as well as Internet Explorer 7 and 8. Use the plug-in to perform a keyword search of the Lumen library catalog. Search results will open in a new browser window or tab. Use the drop down menu for the browser search box to specify the search plug-in you want to use. From the drop down menu, use the Manage Search Engines (Firefox 2.0 or 3.0) or Change Search Defaults (IE) to remove the plug-in if desired.
Go to this page to install the plug-in
Search the library catalog from your Facebook.com profile. This application provides you with the option of selecting a search field (i.e keyword, title, author). Search results will open in a new browser window or tab.