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Conferred each year at the Librarians Association of the University of California, Los Angeles (... more
The UCLA Library is excited to engage with #UCLABound students and their families during Bruin Day... more
Dear Donors and Supporters of the UCLA Library, Excitement is building around the rapid approach of... more
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In partnership with the UCLA Library, the Undergraduate Writing Center (UWC) is now offering a... more
Working on a systematic review? Librarians at the UCLA Biomedical Library can help you! The UCLA... more

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On February 28 the University of California has made the difficult decision to end negotiations with Elsevier on a new contract for its package of journals.
Need help with an assignment? Librarians provide assistance in person, online, by email, and by phone. Group or individual consultations are available by appointment or on a drop-in basis.
The UCLA Library Special Collections location on the A level of the Charles E. Young Research Library is now open until 8 p.m. each Wednesday during regular academic sessions.
Search the Digital Collections for images, audio, video, and text selected from the breadth of Library holdings. This image is a detail from the "Lyrical Map of the Concept of Los Angeles."