The RMU Library’s version of LibX has been updated to LibX 2.0, along with the different look and feel and newly available edition for Chrome, several new databases as well as other functionality have been added to the RMU Library LibX.
If you enjoyed using LibX for Firefox, but have since made Chrome your default browser: good news – now you can use LibX in Chrome
If you enjoyed using LibX in the past, but ceased using it once you starting relying on the RMU Library Discovery Search, now you can search Discovery (and many other additional RMU Library databases) through LibX.
Install the new version of LibX today.
The URL of the Robert Morris University Library Edition for the Google Chrome extension is
The URL of the Robert Morris University Library Edition for the Mozilla Firefox extension is:
Once installed, click on the RMU LibX icon in the upper-right corner of your browser’s toolbar and a LibX search box will appear in the upper right. There is an arrow to the right of the word Search >, click on it and a pull-down menu of various databases, ROBCAT, Find Journals @RMU, etc. appears. Select the resource to search and type search terms in the search box.
For more information about LibX, visit the LibX Homepage