Overview and Use
The College Library Instructional Computing Commons CLICC was developed as a collaborative effort among the Center for Digital Humanities, Academic Technology Services, Social Sciences Computing, the Office of Instructional Development, and the Library. CLICC combines common and multi-discipline instructional computing in one venue, bringing together the diverse expertise of UCLA's central and local instructional organizations.
What can you do at CLICC?
CliCC has many resources for UCLA students and instructors. UCLA students, staff and instructors can:
- Rent out laptops
- Use computers, scanners and printers with a UCLA Bruin Card
- Borrow projectors, dry-erase markers, cables and adapters and headsets at our laptop lending locations
- Access software either using our computers or the software shortcut
- Have a class in one of our equipped CLICC Classrooms
- Reserve group study rooms or pods
- Receive help for specific software from Training Specialists
- And much, much more!
Who can use & How to log in
Any currently enrolled student, faculty, or staff member with a UCLA Logon and password can use CLICC services, including laptops, printing, and equipment checkout. Logons are usually created by the Bruin Online (BOL) office at the time of registration. The BOL username is the first part of a BOL UCLA email address (e.g. jbruin for email@example.com). Those who do not already have an account, may set one up at http://logon.ucla.edu. This site also allows users to look up a forgotten username and reset passwords. UCLA Extension students can use CLICC if concurrently enrolled in UCLA classes. Members of the public can use public computers on the 2nd floor of Powell Library.