As part of the new OneSearch system, a new CSU+ service will be available in Summer 2017. CSU Stanislaus faculty, students and staff will be able to request books and media held by all 23 CSU campuses (only 9 CSU libraries were in Link+).
As part of this transition, Link+ will no longer be... more
NEW LIBRARY SEARCH EXPERIENCE THIS SUMMER
Coming June 27: OneSearch for all library materials
Single search for books, articles, dissertations, and more
Replaces Library Catalog, Search Library Resources, and Link+
Intuitive, mobile-friendly... more
Academic Affairs, the Faculty Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, and the University Library were pleased to sponsor the inaugural Stanislaus State Biennial Author Recognition Event on April 27th 2017.
This new campus event recognized faculty, emeriti, administrators, and staff... more
On July 12, 2016, Stanislaus Audubon Society donated Birds of the Pacific Slope to the University Library.
Andrew J. Grayson (1818-1869) moved from Louisiana to California in 1846 with his wife and son. Four years later he founded the town of Grayson, in Stanislaus County... more
The Library will no longer be accepting payments for overdue or lost or damaged materials. All charges will be added to your student account (PeopleSoft) and will be payable either online via CashNet (students only) or at the Cashier's Office in the Mary Stuart Rogers Building (MSR 100... more
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
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... more
Some Government Research Sites May Become Unavailable
In 2013, the budget impasse in Washington caused U.S. government agencies to discontinue non-essential operations, including online access to many government research and data sources. Some key sites for student research, including the... more
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Sevices Affected from Find It:
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Temporary Security Warnings
Due to a recent change in server software... more
The CSU Wiley Package consisted of 1368 journal titles. 715 of those journals are available through other resources, including Anthrosource and EBSCO (most content on EBSCO is embargoed for 12 months).
Wiley journal content listed by subject: