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Getting Started: Research by Subject
Librarians at CSU Stanislaus have made research guides to help students begin scholarly research. These guides are listed by subject and some classes have their own guides:
Research Guides: CSU Stanislaus University Library
Newspaper articles from non-U.S. sources
See our research guide for links to international news sources>
News and Newspapers: International News
Lexis/Nexis, news databases
A drop down menu in the Power Search allows searching in numerous types of sources, including Foreign Language News.
Includes news from global resources.
The Internet Public Library/Newspapers
Links to newspapers world wide, maintained by a consortium of colleges and universities with programs in information science.
University Library Catalog
Use the Library Catalog (link to catalog) to search for books available at the Turlock Campus. The basic search page allows you to search by keyword, title or subject. The advanced search allows you to be more selective.
Search the Link+ catalog and request books online, to be delivered to the CSU Stanislaus University Library circulation desk.
For more information see the Link + homepage
WorldCat allows researchers to search the catalogs of many other libraries. Books not available at CSU Stanislaus or through Link + must be requested through the CSU Stanislaus Interlibrary Loan services.
Finding Books in languages other than English
The library catalog, the Link + catalog and WorldCat all have advanced search options in order to search for materials in languages other than English.
Research in U.S. Libraries and Universities
Universities in the United States have very strict policies concerning copyright and plagiarism. This tutorial helps explain these rules
Help with Research Terms