SJSU Affordable Learning Solutions

Affordable Learning Solutions / Open Educational Resources is a program that enables faculty to choose and provide quality educational content that is more affordable for their students.The program is cited in references as either Affordable Learning Solutions or Open Educational Resources.

Reserve a Study/Meeting Room

Make an online reservation for a study or meeting room at the King Library

Wireless Access

Information for San Jose State University students, faculty and staff on accessing the campus's wireless network.

Faculty Services

Information about library services available to faculty such as Course Reserves or Library Instruction Sessions.

Course Reserves

Find material set aside by instructors for exclusive use by their students.

Print, Copy, Scan

Find prices and locations of the library's printing, copying and scanning services.

Borrow Materials

Learn how to check out, request, and renew library materials.

Student Computing Services

Lends laptops and iPads to SJSU students, faculty, and staff for use within the library and also provides help with accessing the databases and the wifi.

Student Technology Training Center

SJSU Student Technology Training Center (STTC) provides a variety of workshops on technology topics to students. Located on the 4th floor behind the Student Computing Service (SCS) of the King Library, STTC offers drop-in assistance and one-on-one consultation for students on software related questions.

SJSU Student Learning and Research Commons

The SJSU Student Learning and Research Commons, located in the Mezzanine above the Children's Room, provides a welcoming space specifically for SJSU students to do their research in the library.

Disability Services

The Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library welcomes disabled visitors and provides many services adapted to the needs of people with disabilities.

Online Students' Guide

SJSU Library services for students and faculty in distance courses. including reference and connection help and materials such as articles, books, reports and electronic reserves.