Expert Library Help for Teaching, Learning, and Research

Dear UCLA Teaching Community:

As the spring quarter commences, I invite you to take advantage of the following resources and services designed by UCLA Library to facilitate your work.

Teaching & Learning Services

Library staff provide instruction that guides students through all stages of the research process and introduces them to the breadth of Library services. Contact a subject librarian to incorporate discipline-specific instruction into your course through tailored synchronous or asynchronous instruction, syllabus and assignment design, or workshops. Alternatively, you can also:

Research Services

Bookmark our research help services on the UCLA Library website.

Access to Collections

The Library offers collections that support research and instruction:

UC Library Search

You can use UC Library Search to locate and borrow millions of print and online books, journal articles, and other content. If you or your students need help using UC Library Search, please use our helpful guide, video tutorial, schedule a consultation with a librarian, or request an instruction session for your class.

CLICC - Campus Library Instructional Computing Commons

CLICC offers long-term and walk-up short-term laptop and equipment lending. UCLA faculty, students and staff may access a variety of specialized software on any computer with Internet access via the CLICC Virtual Desktop. A variety of drop-in study spaces with seating, power receptacles, and eduroam WiFi are also available via self-service reservation while Library buildings are open.

If you have comments or questions as you prepare for instruction this quarter, please contact RequestInstruction@library.ucla.edu.

Best regards,

Ginny Steel
Norman and Armena Powell University Librarian