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The Irvine Campus Library offers students access to a wide range of information resources such as books/electronic books and subject specific article databases. The campus librarian and staff are available to help locate books, develop search strategies for finding scholarly articles, and can assist with citing your research sources in MLA, APA, and Chicago citation styles.

Research consultations can be scheduled with the librarian for in-depth research assistance. Irvine students can request books, articles, and other items the Irvine Library does not own by using the Fullerton campus book request and interlibrary loan services. Additionally, Irvine students can receive online research assistance day or night 24/7. If you have any questions, please contact the Irvine campus library at 657-278-1664, email the librarian, or consult the FAQs page.

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