UCLA’s campus libraries are closed as of Friday, March 20. This means that staff, students, and faculty do not have access to the physical collections, but there are many digital resources that you can access remotely, including assistance from our IS Lab Staff, as well as our dedicated Information Studies librarian, Diane Mizrachi. Please make sure that you have VPN or proxy set up to access resources from off campus.
The resources on this page are intended for IS students and student group officers to support the ongoing operations of these student groups and other student-focused activities during this period of remote instruction. Topics covered include conducting student group meetings on Zoom, organizing virtual activities and events, connecting with parent organizations, and fostering engagement among the IS community.
The resources on this page include virtual workshops, tutorials, and how-to guides pertinent to all five specializations in the MLIS Program.
The resources on this page are intended for IS faculty and instructors. These resources concern online instruction workflows, information on teaching with Zoom, copyright concerns in the virtual classroom, and more.
This page includes supplementary resources to support students’ research and reference needs virtually. In this section, find information on electronic access to journals, databases, ebooks, and research guides, along with recommended resources from IS Lab Staff members.