Answered By: IAS Team Fuller Library
Last Updated: Sep 22, 2016     Views: 25

The Statewide California Electronic Library Consortium (SCELC) was established in 1986 to develop resource-sharing among the libraries of private academic institutions throughout California.  David Allan Hubbard Library participates in consortia purchasing of databases and electronic resources, as well as other shared services.

Fuller faculty members have reciprocal borrowing privileges at all participating SCELC libraries, but the agreement is governed by the host library’s lending rules. For more information about this services please visit SCELC's Reciprocal Faculty Borrowing Program information pages. 

Details about the policies and procedures could be found on SCELC's website:

Also, please inquire at the Fuller Library Information Access Services desk for details and the appropriate forms.

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