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CONSULS (The Connecticut State University Library System),
Consuls is a shared library information system that operates from a dedicated computer at the Connecticut State University offices in Hartford, Connecticut.

The System was funded by the Connecticut State University for shared use by the Central, Eastern, Southern, and Western Conn. State University Libraries. In May of 1997, the State Library of Connecticut joined the Consuls system. The Connecticut State Library collection includes materials on Connecticut history, government, genealogy, and a complete State and Federal Documents collection.

Currently there are over 1.2 million bibliographic records describing 1.9 million volumes held in the collections of the CONSULS member libraries.

In addition to the catalog of the four CSU libraries, and the State Library of Connecticut, Consuls also provides access to a number of indexing & abstracting services including:
Biosis Previews (Biological Abstracts)
Books In Print
CINAHL (Nursing)
ERIC: Resources in Education
EbscoHost Academic Elite
EbscoHost Business Premier
Encyclopedia Britannica
Lexis/Nexis Academic Universe
Sociological Abstracts
With the exception of ERIC, access to these services is restricted to CSU students, faculty, & staff.
CONSULS (Connecticut State University Library System), 39 Woodland Street, Hartford, CT 06105-2337. For technical assistance with CONSULS or to report problems please call 860-832-2082 or send electronic mail to: rutherford@ccsu.edu.