Collections: CCA Faculty can check materials out of the libraries using their CCA ID (with library barcode) and can access most online databases on-campus or from home using their CCA credentials. Browse the library collections.

Policies: View details on faculty loan privileges and faculty status details on the faculty policy page. In-depth coverage of CCA Libraries' collection policies, Interlibrary loans, and more is available in the Policies sidebar to the left of this page.

Services: Information about course reserves, library acquisitions and more is available on the faculty services page, and via the Services sidebar to the left of this page.

Technology: the Libraries and Educational Technology Services have drafted a guide for faculty which covers much of the technology used at CCA.

ARTstor: Instructor-level permissions allow the creation of shared image groups and personal collection hosting in ARTstor. To login as an instructor or for more information, contact Lisa Conrad (510.594.3733).

How to obtain a UC Berkeley library card

Full-time faculty members from an accredited 2 or 4 year college or university within the state of California may obtain a library card entitling them to limited borrowing privileges by presenting a letter on school letterhead confirming their full-time affiliation with that school. (UC President Clark Kerr extended free library privileges to this group of users on March 16, 1964.) More info.

Contact Human Resources to obtain full-time CCA employment verification.

Apply for a card at the Privileges Desk, located on the 1st floor of Doe Library, at the entrance to the Gardner Stack. Valid identification is required.