What is OneSearch?
The CSU OneSearch system is a new way to search the CSU Stanislaus library collection (and beyond). It provides a single interface to search for the library materials including books, articles, videos, music scores, government documents, and more. It includes articles and other research materials from the library's electronic journals, materials (books, audio/visual materials, theses, government documents) formerly listed in the library catalog, as well as physical items (books and audio/visual media) shelved in all 23 CSU campus libraries.
The system normally starts by searching "everything," including most online materials owned by the CSU Stanislaus Library as well as materials physically shelved in all 23 CSU campus libraries. This includes books, articles, media (video and audio), governement documents, dissertations/theses, reference book entries, maps and a range of other academic research material.
Includes most online journal articles (as well as online books and videso) owned by the CSU Stanislaus Library as well as materials physically shelved in the 23 CSU campus libraries (books, CDs/DVDs, government documents, etc.).
Most online journal articles and other online content from CSU Stanislaus titles (including selected newspaper articles).
Books and Media (CSU Stanislaus)
Materials physically shelved in the CSU Stanislaus Library (books, CDs, DVDs, government documents, etc.), as well as titles of online publications (books, journals, videos) owned by the library.
Books and Media (CSU+)
Materials physically shelved in all 23 CSU campus libraries (books, CDs, DVDs, government documents, etc.), as well as titles of online publications (books, journals, videos) owned by the CSU Stanislaus Library. (Most books and media at other CSU campuses can be retrieved in 2-4 days via the CSU+ request.)
Course Reserves (CSU Stanislaus)
Materials (books, articles, etc.) physically shelved in the library placed on reserve by a professor/instructor for a specific course.