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Description

DocuSign, an electronic signature application, allows users to securely sign legally binding documents remotely from anywhere on different devices. Documents can be shared, tracked, and signed electronically without the need to print, scan or email. Users can also create web-based forms to initiate a signing process. With DocuSign, users no longer need to provide wet-ink signatures and is an alternative to paper-based forms.



Policies

DIIT provides consultation services per departmental requests and use-case. For departments interested in DocuSign or who would like to schedule a consultation, please raise a request.

Additional Information

Key Features:

  1. DocuSign supports various file types, such as Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and PDF for electronic signatures.
  2. Create Signing Workflows that allow you to route and order multiple signatures in series.
  3. Use templates for standardized processes. 
  4. Require access code for authentication and secure signing.
  5. Ability to sign documents and forms from anywhere on any device.
  6. Legally binding electronic signatures.

Submit a Request

This service is available to:

All


Library Staff

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UCLA


Campus-Affiliated


Other


 Service not available for you

If this service is not available to you, and you have questions, please send an email to techhelp@library.ucla.edu for more information.

Please visit the UCLA Library Service portal to raise a request.

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