Increasingly many of our licensed library resources are available via mobile devices - this link will tell you what is available and on what platform.
Your UCI PhotoID will serve as your copy card for xeroxing and printing. It requires that money be added to it by inserting it in one of the Regenerator machines found throughout the UCI Libraries. Enter a few dollars at a time and add to it when it is depleted. Costs will be debited at the rate of 8 cents per copy or xerox made; 12 cents per page of printing and more for color printing. Beginning in Fall 2009, it will also be good in all campus IT centers but the costs for different functions may vary.
Materials and Manufacturing Technology (MMT) is concerned with the generation and application of knowledge relating the composition and processing of materials to their properties and applications, as well as the manufacturing technologies needed for production. Includes a very multidisciplinary approach, by establishing strong relationships with Materials Science, Mechanical Engineering and Electrical & Computer Engineering to refine processing to achieve the most sophisticated engineering design.
The following subject guides will direct users to additional relevant content in different subject areas and applications:
When using Online or Internet Resources, consider Search Engines vs. metasites - evaluate resource - consider domain - .edu, .com, .gov, .org, etc.
Thinking Critically about World Wide Web Resources - http://www.library.ucla.edu/libraries/college/help/critical/index.htm
You are likely to probably depend on the Science Library (SL) for most of your needs in the life sciences, physical sciences, information sciences, engineering & technology, clinical and health sciences and to a lesser extent on the Langson Library (LL) for resources in business/management, social & behavioral sciences, arts, letters & literature, Government Information, however you may on occasion have to use the and perhaps the Grunigen Medical Library (GML) for clinical and other medical resources, but you can request that those materials either be scanned (journal articles) or sent to the Main Campus for your pickup. There is also the Gateway Study Center for all-night studying. Consult Library Hours before visiting.