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Guide to Library resources specifically for undergraduate students and new library users.
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Information and Links for Library and Campus Computer Issues

  • Wireless Access
    Set up and connection instructions. Wireless site range maps for Shields Library, the Carlson Health Sciences Library and Physical Sciences & Engineering Libraries.
  • Copy, Print and Scan in the Library
    Information about photocopiers and networked printers in the campus libraries.
  • IET Computer Lab
    Located in Shields Library Room 163. Access SISWEB & MyUCDavis. Check available seats at Computer Labs on campus.
  • Center for Accessible Technologies (CAT)  
    The Center for Accessible Technologies (CAT) houses electronic resources for faculty, students, and staff with disabilities in a centralized location at Shields Library.

    Resources available at the CAT include a variety of state-of-the-art accessible hardware (e.g., large-screen adjustable-height monitors, specialized input devices), software (e.g., screen reading, dictation software), and furnishings (e.g. adjustable chairs, tables). The CAT will also serve as a venue where all our faculty and staff can become informed about electronic accessibility issues and strategies for providing greater access to the University's electronic environment.

    The CAT is the result of a collaborative effort between IET (Academic Technology Services Department), Student Affairs (the Student Disabilities Center), Shields Library, Environmental Health and Safety (Ergonomics), and Human Resources.

    If you need to determine what accessible technology would work best for you, please set up an appointment with an accessible technology specialist:

    Students - Joshua Hori,, (530) 752-3184

    Faculty/Staff - Dave Ritz,, (530) 752-7227

    For other questions or comments, please email


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