Search OneSearch for books, media, articles, primary sources, newspapers, journals, and more. Selecting CSU+ will allow you to search across all CSU libraries and request items we don't have.
OneSearch includes many, many different kinds of sources: primary texts, reference sources, and criticism. It covers all subject areas, so it can sometimes bring back more results that you want to deal with.
Use the "Refine my Results" options on the left side of the screen to narrow down by resource type, date, language, or subject.
OneSearch is the only way to find books and DVDs in the library.
This video will give you more information about searching OneSearch.
Use the Advanced Search options to craft very precise searches or to search for a specific title or author. Search by:
There are several other options for creating specific searches that might be useful, but these three are the most helpful to know about.
Article databases are the best place to find subject-specific materials, mostly in electronic form. Article databases are created by different companies who index journals and other key sources of information in a specific area, and provide citations and sometimes full text. There are a few key databases that are useful for literary research.