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The library is open only to current CSU students, faculty, and staff Please be prepared to display your CSU ID and LiveSafe app green checkmark to library staff to enter the building
CSU's Dr. David Cross teaches Arabic language and Spanish language and literature. The publication below highlights his work designing classes at the advanced level as well. You can reach Dr. Cross at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A publicly available digital library of public domain Arabic language content in subjects such as literature, philosophy, law, religion, and more from research libraries including those at New York University, Princeton, Cornell, Columbia, American University in Cairo, American University of Beirut, and United Arab Emirates National Archives. Currently includes over 10,000 volumes but aims to feature up to 23,000 volumes.
Fulltext access to local, regional, national and international newspapers ; to legal sources including federal and state cases and statutes, and U.S. Supreme Court decisions ; and to business information on U.S. and international companies. This is an updated version of the LexisNexis: Academic database.