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Welcome, CSU Students!

The purpose of this guide is to support the research needs of students enrolled in Chemistry Courses.

Start your search for information in the Search box or check out our "Best Bets" for searching below.

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For help searching, visit the Develop Research and Information Literacy Skills tab or   Chat with a Librarian.

Best Bets!

Image Searching in the Library*

In the America: History and Life with Full Text and the Academic Search Ultimate databases, you can tailor your search specifically for images.


  1. Select Databases on the library homepage.
  2. Navigate to either America: History and Life with Full Text or Academic Search Ultimate in the list.
  3. Inside the database in the blue bar at the top, click "Images."
  4. In the new search screen that appears, search for images by using keywords. Be sure to search for phrases in quotation marks, such as: "great depression."

Additional Tips for Finding Images in the Library

You may also conduct a short keyword search in a database and look for images in the content to the right of the results. Here are some databases which may best utilize this feature:

*Please note: The library does not possess an image database or collection. The databases suggested above simply house some images within them.


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