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About the STEM CLC

The STEM Collaborative Learning Center (CLC) is located in the Science and Engineering Library Research Commons. The initiative is a partnership between the Library, the UCLA Center for Education Innovation and Learning in the Sciences(opens in a new tab) (CEILS), the Undergraduate Learning Assistant Program(opens in a new tab) and the Undergraduate Writing Center(opens in a new tab) (UWC). The CLC's mission is to foster collaborative learning among STEM students through peer learning activities and group study sessions. Please see individual program sites for schedules.

SEL Research Commons

The CLC provides flexible, technology-enabled spaces for UCLA students, faculty and staff. Tables and chairs can be rearranged to suit users' needs. The space can be used for library instruction, but cannot be reserved for general instruction.

Equipment available:

  • Fifty-two-inch plasma screen with VGA hookup
  • Two dual screen Windows desktops and an iMac equipped with CLICC software
  • Three wall mounted monitors for laptop hookup
  • Six computer workstations
  • Whiteboards on wheels and three whiteboard tables

The SEL Research Commons is located in 8251 Boelter Hall and is accessible via the northeast elevator or stairs. A valid BruinCard is required to enter.

SEL has another collaborative research space, the SEL Learning Commons, which can also be used for library instruction.

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