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Energy & Resources: Help

A guide to research resources in Energy


On campus wireless access use: Airbears 2

Off Campus Access

Off-campus access is limited to current UCB faculty, staff and students.
Please use one of the following:

EZProxy the new preferred way to connect from off-campus (the 'old' proxy server will still continue to work for some time). 
Current UC Berkeley students, faculty or staff configure your browser for access to licensed resources.

Virtual Private Network (VPN)
The VPN setup allows access the UC Berkeley licensed resources for current students, faculty and staff.

Library map

Energy and Resources is an interdisciplinary topic, you may use several campus libraries:
Bioscience & Natural Resources, Business, Earth Science & Maps, Engineering, Environmental Design, Institute of Governmental Studies, Physics and Astronomy, Public Health.

View or download a PDF map of library of campus libraries.

Interlibrary Loan

UC Berkeley faculty, students and staff
Interlibrary borrowing: obtain materials from other institutions; view My ILL Requests*

Research Library Cooperative Program (RLCP): Borrow materials from Stanford and UT Austin. Check RLCP website for eligibility.

Baker Document Delivery a fee based Document Delivery Service for UCB faculty, staff, graduate students, and UCOP staff with current UCB library cards. To use Baker you must have a Baker account (see below). 

Copyright information: UC Berkeley, UC system-wide

Non-UC Berkeley users and institutions
Interlibrary lending of original material: provides access to the holdings of the UC Berkeley Libraries to institutional borrowers in the United States and Canada.

Photoduplication services: provides access to the holdings of the UC Berkeley Libraries to institutions and the general public.

Special Library Access document delivery services: provides access to the resources of the UC Berkeley Libraries for libraries, information centers, corporations, and other organizations on a subscriber basis.

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