Stanford University Libraries and Academic Information Resources
University Librarian and Director of Academic Information Resources: Michael A. Keller
Web Site: http://library.stanford.edu
Stanford University Libraries and Academic Information Resources (SULAIR) includes more than 30 libraries and programs supporting research, teaching, and learning at Stanford University. SULAIR acquires and delivers library collections in all formats, establishes policies and standards to guide the use of academic information resources, develops training and support programs for academic uses of computers, and maintains a broad array of electronic information resources, including the online library catalog and several hundred article and indexing databases and electronic journal subscriptions.
In each library unit, knowledgeable professional staff provide assistance in locating and using print and online information resources. Subject specialists and reference librarians are available for individual consultation, group classes, demonstrations, and special workshops by request.
Libraries throughout campus provide group and individual study spaces, public computers, personal laptop connections, photocopy machines, and digital scanners for use by Stanford faculty, staff, and students.
For information about library hours, see http://libraryhours.stanford.edu.
In support of the University's academic mission, Academic Computing Services provides technology expertise, resources and services to students and faculty. Academic Computing Services supports the use of technology in teaching, learning, research, and community; operates and manages technology-enabled teaching and learning environments including classrooms and public study spaces, the Multimedia Studio in Meyer Library, the Digital Language Lab, and computer clusters in Green Library, Tresidder Union, and the student residences; provides technology education, consulting support, and multimedia services at Meyer and in the residences; provides faculty-specific computing resources through the Academic Technology Specialist Program and Academic Technology Lab; and provides technology support to Stanford University Libraries' services.
Information about the library collections, facilities, services, and policies is available at http://library.stanford.edu.
Further information about library services and resources is available from the Information Center staff in Cecil H. Green Library at http://infocenter.stanford.edu, and from reference staff in all University libraries.