OCLC SHARES Program
With UCLA's participation in this program, students, staff and faculty can access our partner libraries and their resources all over the world.
SHARES is a program run by the Online Computer Library Center (OCLC). The program aims to foster collaboration between partner libraries. UCLA students, staff and faculty can visit all SHARES partner institutions with their BruinCard. No prior arrangements are necessary.
Some SHARES libraries also allow members of partner institutions to create an account and check out materials. The partners in this pilot program are:
Local policies and some restrictions apply.
UCLA students, staff and faculty who want to visit partners in the pilot program can take the following steps:
For more information, please contact Interlibrary Loans Manager Alicia Amador.
All UCLA buildings are open to the public. No ID is required for entry. If you are visiting from one of the institutions in pilot program and would like to borrow materials from UCLA Library, follow the steps below to set up a UCLA Library account.
The Hugh and Hazel Darling Law Library only allows limited access to its materials. Users from SHARES institutions who meet the requirements of the access policy(opens in a new tab) are eligible to borrow Law Library materials by following the steps listed above.
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