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You can still access the UC Berkeley Library’s services and resources during the closure. Here’s how.
Books and Ebooks may be located in the Oskicat catalog. Although the catalog lists many other sources the library owns think of it as the "official book finder." We also have many ebook packages that can be searched (see the books section of this guide).
When searching a database or Oskicatless is more. Start with simple searches (two to three keywords). If you get too much, add more terms or apply limits, e.g. by language or material type. If you don't get enough try different or broader terms and use synonyms.
Useful "limits" in the catalog include a language limit and sorting by date. A useful Oskicat feature aresubject headings.With these you can identify the official library terms for your topic and then see related headings. A good way to do this is to do a keyword search, find a record for a book you like and click the subject heading.