Welcome to the CAU Library!
You can search for books, online resources, and other learning materials from our library collection here, and also place holds on them.
Online Library Catalog
CAU Library is pleased to present new material not only in our physical library located on campus, but additional online resources for easier access for students and faculty members as well. The new website has a new format which guides patrons to useful resources for professional development, research, and academic materials. We have begun to build our new e-library which includes an online catalogue through Library World that allows users to browse our current holdings, check the status of loans, and reserve materials remotely.
We have also acquired “DIGITAL KYOBO SCHOLAR DATABASE”, an online database vendor that allows faculty and students to access the latest journals and research from a variety of fields. CAU Library has also added many books to our library in order to broaden our library collection for your academic goals. Please come and explore our new and improved space! Additionally, all online resources are available 24/7. For any inquiries or reference questions please contact the librarian. California Arts University Librarian email@example.com
CAU Library offers Students & Faculty the “HAKSOL eArticle” web databases allowing each library patron to have access to a variety of e-books, full-text articles, and periodical publications, journals, and newspapers. It is available 24/7 though internet access, allowing students and faculty access according to their schedule.
Please have your ACCESS CODE at the library desk.
Through the Web Database online collections, students and faculty have access to journal publishers. Each publisher has numerous databases that can be searched by Subject or search individual databases for reference information.
California Arts University researchers can search for reference materials such as encyclopedias, dictionaries, and almanacs as well as full-text articles from journals, newspapers and magazines across multidisciplinary subjects.
Please ask Credentials at the library reference desk.
To access web database, go to the homepage at http://www.earticle.net/ and enter your institutional name, ID and password. Note that on the database, there is a search box that allows you to directly query across vendors using our federated search service.
Wesleyan-Holiness Digital Library http://www.whdl.org/
The Wesleyan-Holiness Digital Library is a free, multidisciplinary, open access, digital resource of books, literature, multimedia material, and archives collected into a single institutional repository initiated by the global Church of the Nazarene in response to the global need for access to resources for education, lifelong learning, and specifically ministerial preparation.
Josh McDowell Ministry has compiled years of research that will help youth leaders, parents and youth navigate through life’s tough issues. Our inclusion of older research is valuable as it shows patterns and trends in areas of interest today and can be found here.