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Fresno State Library
We have many resources for students to use. Use these tabs to find the category for which you're most interested.
Reserve an individual or group study room in the library.
Learn more about designated Quiet Study areas in our Library.
Learn about the workstation computers and software available in the library.
Did you know that you don’t need to be in the library to access many of our resources and services? Learn more about connecting to the library from off-campus and any time of day.
Find answers to all of your questions about research and using the library on our FAQ page.
A list of research guides, organized by subject, to get you started on your research assignments.
The library provides access to over 290 electronic databases, supporting all majors offered at Fresno State.
Access and learn more about using OneSearch to find materials from the library.
Need extra help getting started on a research project? Contact your subject librarian for a one-on-one appointment.
Simplify your research process by saving and organizing your citations with management tools like Zotero or EndNote Web.
Find course materials placed in the library by your instructor.
The library has laptops, tablets, cameras, projectors and much more available for checkout by students through Tech Lending.
Printing in the library is maintained by Technology Services, with a Printing Assistance desk on the first floor behind DISCOVERe. To learn more, follow the link to the Pay for Print site.
Tutorials that will help you learn how to find, use, and evaluate resources to use in your research.
Library services & resources for students enrolled in Distance Education programs and courses.
We provide access to and assistance with GIS software and spatial data resources.
On the second floor of the library, graduate students have a dedicated study space with access to writing and statistics tutors.
The library has many resources targeted specifically to graduate students.
For students, these video studios are designed to be plug-and-play spaces for creating video content, vlogs, and working on cross-curricular projects.