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University of Portland Clark Library

How to Use the Library


Welcome to the University of Portland!

This guide will introduce you to the Clark Library's key services and resources so you can start using them right away. The information is provided as a mix of text and short videos. We recommend beginning your exploration with the Top Things to Know

Top Things to Know

The library building (map and hours) is a popular place to study, meet with groups, and sometimes take a nap. See Study Spaces.

Library staff are here to help you get the most out of the library’s many resources and services. All questions are welcome and there are multiple ways to contact us, including 24/7 Library Chat! See Get Help.

                            The Clark Library is an information provider and offers you the necessary resources for your academic work. Millions of print and online sources are available to you! See Course ReadingsFind Materials, and Get Materials.

                            The library has equipment you can borrow (for free!) including laptops, chargers for phones and computers, digital cameras, whiteboard markers, and much more. See What Can You Borrow?

                            Create and produce content for your course assignments from papers to podcasts! See Print, Copy, Scan and learn more about the Digital Lab.

 Connect with us in other ways by following @upclarklibrary on Instagram and Facebook

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