Learning Resource Center
About the libraries
SAE Institute Learning Resource Centers—otherwise known as libraries—serve SAE Institute students, faculty, staff, and alumni in each of our campus locations. Each Learning Resource Center houses a collection of hard copy books and magazines as well as online resources to assist our students with all of their information technology needs.
The mission of our Libraries and Learning Resource Centers is to support the curriculum by ensuring that students are effective users of ideas and information. These Libraries and Learning Resource Centers strive to provide students, faculty, staff, and alumni with a wide range of print and non-print materials to encourage growth and foster information literacy.
Note: All Learning Resource Centers are closed during campus holidays. During term breaks, some Learning Resource Centers may observe different hours. Please contact your campus LRC manager with any questions about the hours of operation.
SAE Institute students, faculty, and staff have access to online resources such as Lynda.com, JSTOR, the AES E-Library, and the Library and Information Resources Network (LIRN), which provides access to ProQuest, Gale, Statista, and more academic databases. Information about online resources may be found on the US Students Course in Canvas. Please contact your campus LRC Manager for assistance using these resources.
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Access the Online Catalog, and select your campus location to search for library materials.