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Finding Senior Projects
Senior Projects prior to Fall 2009 are on microfiche (miniaturized cards) and are available to view in Crandall (Bldg 60) during open hours. You can identify these older Senior Projects by using OneSearch. You will be able to retrieve them and view them on the nearby microfilm readers, and you can also scan to a flashdrive or take pictures with a smartphone.
Senior Projects AFTER Fall 2009 are available digitally at the DigitalCommons@CalPoly. You can search by title author or keyword on DigitalCommons or on OneSearch..
How do I Find both older and newer Senior Projects in OneSearch ? Use ADVANCED search: set lefthand pull down to LOCAL COLLECTIONS and type in Senior Projects. Then type in author and/or title information as relevant in another box.
You can search older and newer Senior Projects here. Use ADVANCED search: set lefthand pull down to LOCAL COLLECTION and type in Senior Projects. Then type in author and/or title information as relevant in another box. Projects from 1942 to Fall 2009 are on microfiche and can be viewed in Crandall (bldg. 60).