Research Help & Guides

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All current students, faculty, and staff can access databases, indexes and electronic journals from off campus. Find out how!
Learn how to use this handy link to locate materials in the library's print and electronic collections.
Search by title and/or author to determine how to access a book: Search the Library Catalog for books owned by the University Library   If not listed in the Library Catalog: Submit an Interlibrary Loan Book Request (usually available in 3-7 business days)   Find It!...
If you have not previously used the Interlibrary Loan/ILLiad service, registering for an ILLiad account is quick and easy.  Once  registered, you can usually request materials with just a couple of clicks from a Find It! menu or by completing a request form linked from our...
Articles not available in the library's online or print collections can be requested via Interlibrary Loan. There is no charge to CSU Stanislaus users for this service and articles are usually available online 2-5 days after an Interlibray Loan request is submitted.   If an item is...
Introduction to this Topic: Primary and Secondary Sources (online video) In this guide: Comparison of Primary and Secondary Sources Finding Primary Sources: In the University Library In other libraries Internet Resources...

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