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*LRC Remote Services and Resources

Tips and descriptions of resources and services available remotely

Reference Team is Ready to Help!

Reference Services 

The reference team remains available virtually. We are committed to providing as many library services to our patrons as we can in this remote working, teaching, and learning environment. 

Contact us by chat or email

During reference service hours, we respond to chat requests in real time using the chat widget on the library homepage and email

Please feel free to contact us with any questions you have.

Curbside Pickup

Current library card holders may now benefit from our Curbside Pickup service. Items paged via online catalog will be checked out remotely and made available for curbside pickup. Are you out of the region and need library materials mailed? Other questions? Contact or call 619-260-4542.

Curbside Pickup Hours

Monday-Thursday 8 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Sunday 10 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Curbside Pickup location              

In front of the LRC’s main doors.

How it works
  1. Request available item(s) through the LRC’s online library catalog (current card holders only).
  2. Wait for an email letting you know your item is ready for pickup. Most items are available for pickup within 1-2 business days.
  3. Arrive at the curbside service location in front of the LRC’s main doors and follow the directions on the posted signage.
  • Your item will be brought to you at the curbside service location within 10 minutes.
  • Follow social distancing guidelines and wait until Library staff are at least 6 feet away before approaching or retrieving items.
  • Returns may be placed in the book drop outside of the LRC.
  • Check due dates and renew items online.

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Study Aids from Academic Success

Study aids from the Academic Success office can also be checked out using the LRC's curbside pickup. Find Academic Success study aids in the LRC's online catalog and place a request as described above.

A list of study aids in Academic Success's collection is available online. Do not use the "reserve book" feature as these books can only be checked out through the LRC's catalog.

Activities for Staying In

Engage with a non-law book or movie

  • The LRC and Copley both have e-books to distract you from the stress of studying. Search our catalog and filter on left by “E-books.”
  • While the popular book/DVD section of the library is unavailable, you can find popular books at the San Diego County Public Library. If you don’t already have a library card from the San Diego County Public Library  - apply for and receive an eCard which lets you check out digital resources.
  • Hogwarts Digital Escape Room  
  • Streaming free movies through Kanopy via Copley,  

Other Activities (adapted from the UC Berkeley Law Library)

1. Check-in with others! Make sure everyone has the needed support by scheduling consistent time to videochat or phone your friends and loved ones. You can do this while engaging in other activities if you're worried you won't have enough to talk about while chatting daily: e.g., FaceTime while co-exercising, start a small reading group, play chess through a webcast, plan a cook- or bake-along, etc.! 

2. If your individual circumstances allow for it, preschedule 15-30 minutes for daily exercise, whatever level of intensity feels appropriate. Walking, stretching, and yoga are great anxiety mitigators. There are also thousands of equipment-free exercise videos to choose from on Youtube (e.g., PopSugar channel) . 

3. Get creative with the resources you have on-hand. This might mean trying adventurous recipes with seemingly mismatched ingredients, or crafting a hand-made greeting card to check-in with friends from a distance. 

Other ideas: