Tag: University Library
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Industrial grade 3-D printers will be available next month at the Cal State Long Beach library basement. These machines will remain untouched and bound in large wooden crates until they’re moved into the newly renovated ground floor area of the library come March. The renovated area, soon to be[Read More…]
Library goers may want to think twice before taking a deep breath to relax while studying for finals. The University Library’s second floor study area and its bookshelves, rooms 202 and 203, are set to reopen for students in time for finals after Aspergillus mold was discovered in the book[Read More…]
A laptop is undeniably one of the most important tools college students utilize in their day-to-day activities. From checking syllabi on BeachBoard to streaming Parks and Recreation in between study sessions, laptops have become almost a necessity for efficiently completing academic and professional tasks. One bleak finals season, I was[Read More…]
Cal State Long Beach students will see a number of changes to the University Library’s website and database that, according to Associate of Dean of University Library Tracey Mayfield, will revolutionize the way CSULB students, faculty and staff do their research. The launch of the new system will be June[Read More…]