As part of its Diversity, Equity & Inclusiveness collections initiative, the Cal State San Bernardino John M. Pfau Library and extension are increasing electronic resources for diverse titles and references for the campus community.
These resources are available to library users in the John M. Pfau Library, the Palm Desert Campus and anywhere on a device that uses the Coyote ID. Visit the and click on “Choose a Database” for a full list of resources, including the new titles, said Isabel Guzman, librarian at the Multimedia Center.
The new titles include, “Arte Publico Hispanic Historical Collection Series One,” “Latino Literature,” “Twentieth-Century African American Poetry,” “Latin American Women Writers,” “Black Thought and Culture,” “North American Indian Thought and Culture,” “Latin American Drama,” and “Asian American Drama.”
These collections include hundreds of journals, books, poems, plays, oral histories and digitized photographs.
Additionally, CSUSB library users can now access the archives of the Los Angeles Times and the New York Times online, full-text searchable, increasing the historical resources that Coyotes have at their fingertips.
Coyotes can explore these treasures on their own, and can always call on help if they need a guide with an in-person or virtual research appointment.
For more information, email Isabel Guzman at firstname.lastname@example.org.