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From: "Wikipedia Library Card Platform" <>
Sent: 8/10/2021 4:31:09 AM
Subject: The Wikipedia Library: Search feature now available!


The Wikipedia Library team is excited to announce that a centralized search tool is now available to all users eligible to use the library!

Instead of needing to search across individual collections one-by-one, you’ll now be able to search content from across a wide range of collections from one search bar. This search tool uses the EBSCO Discovery Service software and contains a wide array of filtering and advanced search options.

To check which collections are indexed, we’ve also added icons and filters to My Library. Search pulls content from almost all of the collections which are accessible by default for eligible users (the Library Bundle). This means you can search with the confidence that every result will be accessible to you. In the future, we plan to enable users to turn off this limit, so that you could also search across collections which require individual applications, but we can’t guarantee that you’ll be able to access all results in this mode, as this depends on your individual authorizations.

To check out the search tool just head over to, log in, and you’ll find the search bar at the top of your screen.

We hope you find this feature useful, and would love to hear your feedback at

Finally, as a reminder, we’re planning to start rolling out an on-wiki notification to editors who are eligible to use the library in the near future. Users will only receive the notification once. Please check to see if you can help translate the notification text!


The Wikipedia Library team