Schedule an appointment to meet with a librarian on Zoom for research help. We're happy to meet with you!
Below are some highlights of the in-person and virtual resources and services the Luria Library offers. See the Hours and Maps page for when and where to find us!
Both quiet and collaborative study spaces, including reservable Study Rooms.
Pick up a Chromebook and/or calculator to borrow for the whole semester, or use the computers, printers, copiers, and/or scanners in the Library.
On Sundays, Tutors from the Learning Resource Center are available to help in-person in the Library. Computer help is available every day from the Library's regular computer tutors and/or Librarians.
Borrow a physical copy of your textbook for 3 hours at a time, or request temporary online access to a portion of your textbook.
The Library collection includes hundreds of thousands of print books, ebooks, online magazine and journal articles, videos, images, and other types of resources. To find information on your topic, search OneSearch or a specific library database. Watch the Intro to OneSearch video to get started, or ask a librarian for help at any point in the process!
Stop by the Reference & Information desk or use our Live Chat during open hours to get immediate help from a librarian. We can help with getting the campus resources you need, completing research assignments, thinking critically about information, and more. No question is too big or too small!
The following video demonstrates where to find library search tools, help from librarians, do-it-yourself help like research guides and tutorials, and more on the Luria Library website. Get to the website homepage by selecting the Luria Library logo at the top of this page.
To save or print the information in the video, download the following document:
The following video covers the differences between the surface web and deep web, what you can find through Google, what you can find through SBCC Luria Library databases and OneSearch, and how to get help with your research from a librarian: