Southern Regional Library Facility
Description Opened in 1987, the Southern Regional Library Facility (SRLF) is located on the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) campus. SRLF accepts materials from all 10 UC campuses, particularly those in southern California, including UC San Diego, UC Riverside, UC Irvine, UC Santa Barbara and UCLA. Low use library materials in all formats are accepted for storage. In addition to storage services the SRLF also contains an Imaging Services unit which specializes in the digitization and microfilming of rare or deteriorating materials.
305 De Neve Drive; Lot #17 UCLA, Los Angeles, California 90095-1388 United States
Web site URL:
https://librarytechnology.org/storagefacility/20 (Use this link to refer back to this listing.)
Total Capacity (volumes):
Total Capacity (linear feet):
Building Size (square feet):
Current volume count:
Inventory Management System CaiaSoft
Date Implemented 2020
Previous IMS None
Does the facility generally follow the "Harvard Model"?
Materials placed in trays?
Are most materials placed in trays?
Materials placed on shelves?
Are most materials placed directly onto shelving?
Shelving Height (max):
Does the facility use movable shelving?
Is robotic equipment used for placement and retrieval?
Are manually driven lifts or used for placement and retrieval?
Shelved by Call Numbers?
Materials shelved according to library-assigned call numbers?
Shelved by size?
Materials shelved according to size categories?
Facility monitors and manages temperature and humidity?
Target operating temperature:
67 (Degrees Fahrenheit)
Target operating humidity:
Is the repository located inside a library?
Is the repository located remotely from the library it serves?
Max travel distance (miles):