Welcome to the Library!
Greetings from the Library faculty and staff. Please use the links on this page to quickly get what you need, and feel free to contact us anytime.
Perhaps you would like to suggest a purchase for the library. We always welcome your input on the resources our students would benefit from having available through the library.
Keep in mind the annual Armacost Library Undergraduate Research Award (ALURA) and any students you think might be interested.
Greetings adjunct faculty! As members of the University community, you are eligible for a free library account, granting you access to our many resources. However, you may not have been automatically added to our system.
If you are currently teaching a class, and are interested in making full use of our online and print resources, please contact us to establish your account.
Information Literacy Instruction (ILI)
What do your students need to know?
What do you need to know?
Meaningful library instruction connects information resources relevant to your students’ course work through successful library research assignment design as well as other factors related to successful library instruction. See our guidelines for library instruction sessions.
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Search the library catalog for books, eBooks, sheet music, performances, CDs, DVDs, LPs, and government publications.
Browse the many article databases that the Library subscribes to, for scholarly journal articles, popular news sources, and reports.
Use the tools found at this link to locate a particular periodical resource, such as an article on your syllabus.
ILL If you have located a particular book, chapter, or article, which does not appear to be available through the tools listed above, you may wish to request it through inter-library loan (ILL).
SCELC University of Redlands full-time faculty may request borrowing privileges at any of the libraries in the Statewide California Electronic Library Consortium (SCELC). Interested faculty should contact the Library Director for information and access.