As some of you may be aware, the library has subscribed to over 1,300 academic journals published by John Wiley through a package agreement negotiated centrally on behalf of all CSUs. Unfortunately, after extensive negotiations, the CSU reluctantly decided against renewing the contract with Wiley due to the unmanageable proposed cost increase of 10-12% (depending on the campus).
Since 1976, Black History Month has been celebrated in the United States during the month of February. CSUMB commemorates Black History Month by hosting a number of events. For further information on related topics, the library recommends the following resources.
Looking for sources for a research project? Try clicking Start Your Research on the library homepage. We have many subject-specific guides that will point you toward books in our library, key databases and journal titles, web sites, and more.
The 2014 celebration of Banned Books Week will be held from September 21 through September 27. This year’s celebration of the freedom to read will emphasize a thematic focus on comics and graphic novels. This year’s Banned Books Week will illuminate this still misunderstood form of storytelling and will celebrate the value of graphic novels to readers from all walks of life.
The CSU system has subscribed to a new resource created by NBC. It is a collection of more than 15,000 videos, primary source videos, newsreels, documents, and images that can be used for research, projects, and in classroom and online teaching.
Welcome to CSUMB. Or welcome back. The Library wants to invite you to take a look at our New Student FAQ. Those of you new to campus and even those of you not so new will find answers to questions commonly asked at the beginning of a new academic year.
This Veterans Day and beyond, see the people and places of Fort Ord as it existed in the 20th century, from 1915 to 1995. Through a grant from the California State Library, the CSUMB Library has digitized images that focus on the role of Fort Ord as a training facility, beginning in World War I and continuing until the closure of the base.
Library books are equipped with radio frequency identification tags. This means that you can use the self-check station located near the elevators on the first floor to check your books out! Self-check is quick, unmediated, and you get a personalized receipt reminding you of when materials are due back.