Use the electronic resources pages to find article databases, archival collections, encyclopedias, and databases of all types, in the academic subjects taught on the UC Berkeley campus.
The electronic resources pages list selected resources available to UC Berkeley students, faculty and staff, mostly through subscriptions paid for by the Library. Most of these are commercial products licensed for use at UC Berkeley.
Go to http://www.lib.berkeley.edu to access electronic resources.
Search by keywords
Includes: databases, ebook collections, digitized primary resources, statistical sources and more. How to use databases to find articles.
diction* (retrieves dictionary and dictionaries)
"web of science" (use quotes for exact phrase search)
Note: search terms must contain 3 or more characters.
Listings by government level of publications and other information published by authority of a governmental body, whether federal, state, local, or foreign, and of intergovernmental organizations, such as UNESCO, etc. Many of these sources include the full text of the items.
UC-eLinks Citation Linker is an interface that allows you to locate the full text of a specific citation. Your search results will show a direct link to online full text of the article or links to the Melvyl catalog for library holdings and call numbers.
Use this list to find electronic resources by type. For definitions of these types, see How to find articles and databases: Resource Types.
Archival Collections and Primary Source Databases
Atlases, Maps and Gazetteers
Book and Film Review Databases
Book and Text Collections (electronic)
Dictionaries, Thesauri and Quotations
Dissertation and Thesis Databases
Encyclopedias and Almanacs
Government Information Sources - California/Regional
Government Information Sources - Federal/US
Government Information Sources - Foreign/International
Handbooks and Manuals
Laws and Regulations
Library Catalogs and Publication Lists
Market Research and Industry Analysis
Statistics and Numeric Data