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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...
You have been redirected to this page because a link you used is going to the Libray's old system called Millennium. The Library has a new system called OneSearch. Please click on this link to continue to          More information about the new...
NEW LIBRARY SEARCH EXPERIENCE  OneSearch for all library materials Single search for books, articles, dissertations, and more Replaces Library Catalog, Search Library Resources, and Link+ Intuitive, mobile-friendly interface Joint effort of all...
Posting or distribution of non-library notices (including posters, notes, announcements, flyers, advertisements, signs, etc.) in the public areas of the library is not permitted. Public areas include study rooms, lobbies, seminar rooms, doors, elevators, hallways, windows, restrooms, stairwells,...
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As of July 1, 2016, the California State University System will be migrating its legal research database from LexisNexis Academic to Westlaw Campus Edition.   Access Westlaw Campus Edition via CSU Stanislaus Link Westlaw is now accessible via CSU Stanislaus  LexisNexis...
Westlaw Campus Edition has replaced LexisNexis    After extensive review, the California State University system has chosen to change its core legal research service from LexisNexis to Westlaw.  For the 2016-2017 academic year, Westlaw is available to all CSU Stanislaus...
Assistive technology rooms are rooms with assistive technology designed to assist students with disabilities. The rooms are locked and reserved for the exclusive use of students registered with the Disability Resource Center (DRC). Students registered through the DRC will be given a laminated card...
Group study areas in the CSU Stanislaus Library allow for collaborative study and work on group projects. A group is defined as more than one person.   Group Study Areas The following areas are designated for group work and study. In these areas talking in normal conversational tones is...
Quiet study is defined as study activities which do not involve prolonged conversations, in person or on personal devices.   Expectations for quiet study areas are: No conversations utilizing cellular or computer devices Audio only at a low volume with headphones No...

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