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New Limestone Library System- One Search


The Limestone Library's new Library management system launched on June 1, 2020.  The online system is shared among 54 other college/university libraries in the statewide consortium PASCAL (Partnership Among South Carolina Academic Libraries).

Benefits include a single website for searching print and electronic resources, a more intuitive user experience, and streamlined methods for requesting and checking out library materials. Please go to our FAQs section for more information this new discovery/research tool. For more detailed information, please go to the How to Navigate the New Library System tab.

Link to our new Library System

For a taste of what our new library system is like, please click on the following link: 

New Library System

This new system will allow you to utilize a variety of functions including: 

  • saving your searches
  • accessing your library account to check how many items you have checked
  • to keep track of your PASCAL Delivers items

But in order to this, you would need to sign in using your Limestone email and password. 

**Please be patient as the next few months will be a testing phase for us as we work out any kinks in the system that may exist.


**Don't hesitate to contact us if you are experiencing any issues with the new system.‚Äč

One Search Interface



Important Dates
DATE Activity
June 1 New library system is Live!
June 1 - Aug 1

Period of adjustment. Please visit our FAQs section in this guide or contact library staff at if you have any questions. We appreciate your patience as we unveil our new library system.

June 30 Current library catalog no longer available online
If you are experiencing problems with our guides, please contact Janet S. Ward,, Associate Professor and Web Services Librarian.