How Do I ...?
Make an online reservation for a study or meeting room at the King Library
Learn how to check out, request, and renew library materials
SJSU Student Computing Service (SCS) provides eligible SJSU borrowers with laptop equipment and software for use inside the King Library.
Make an online reservation for a computer at the King Library. * Need a SJLibrary Card to make a reservation
How-to information on remote access to the library's resources.
Need help with your research? Consult an SJSU librarian by phone, email, IM, or face to face.
Information and application form for SJPL and SJSU library users.
Information on paying fines for lost or overdue items.
You can Reset Your PIN automatically. An email will be sent to the email address in your library record, including a link that will allow you to select a new PIN.
Use Link+ or Interlibrary Services (ILLiad) to borrow books or request copies of journal articles that the library doesn't own or that are checked out.
- Interlibrary Services
Link+ is a borrowing program among many California academic and public libraries. Link+ lets you request items from another library that are not available at the King Library or San José Public Library (SJPL) Branches.
- California Libraries Catalog
The California Libraries Catalog provides the ability to look up books and other materials in California libraries cataloged in the Online Computer Library Center (OCLC). It also provides access to WorldCat, the catalog of all OCLC libraries worldwide. Free to all cardholders. * SJLibrary Card Required To Access Outside the Library
- Find in a Library With WorldCat Search
Search over 2 million WorldCat records to find libraries anywhere that have your title.
- Other Local & California Library Systems
Check out what other local libraries have to offer. Select a library's website to find a phone number to call for assistance or check its Online Catalog yourself.
Help the library grow and thrive with your donation.
Use this online form to reserve materials for your class (for faculty only).
Use this online form to recommend items to add to the library's collection.