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Look no further: CSULB library returns this fall with changes to their search engine and website.

The updates were introduced June 22 of this summer.

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A student visits the University Library website on her laptop.

A student visits the University Library website on her laptop.

Bobby Yagake | Daily 49er

Bobby Yagake | Daily 49er

A student visits the University Library website on her laptop.

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While Cal State Long Beach students spent their summer in a blissful daze, uninterrupted by research papers and a constant stream of homework, projects and presentations — the CSULB library unveiled their “OneSearch” search engine that aims to provide an expansive and easy-to-use database to students and faculty.

The integrated database doesn’t just allow students to browse books and media belonging to the CSULB library, but students will now be able to search for and request from a pool of 23 California State University campuses.

Launched on June 22, students can anticipate the following changes and updates when getting themselves acquainted with the online library system.

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