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You can still access the UC Berkeley Library’s services and resources during the closure. Here’s how.

Public Policy: Help, etc.

This guide is intended to be a starting point for public policy research.

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Research help

Printing and Scanning in the Libraries

Scanning

All UC Berkeley libraries have at least one scanning station. From the scanners you can:

  • save documents to a USB drive (Moffitt Copy Center sells USB drives)
  • upload documents to a cloud service (Google Drive, Box, OneDrive or DropBox)
  • email documents to bMail, Gmail, Yahoo! Mail or Microsoft Live accounts such as Outlook.com and Hotmail
  • send documents to library printers 

All of the scanning services are free, except for printing scanned documents (see below)

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Printing

  • Printing in the libraries costs 8 cents per page for black & white, or 60 cents per page for color.
    • UC Berkeley students, faculty and staff pay with their Cal 1 Card.
    • Visitors can request a Cal 1 Guest Card from a library public service desk, or the Copy Center in Moffitt Library.
  • Library guide to Printing from your Laptop or Mobile Device

Complete Print/Scan information is available on the library website.

Contact Julie Lefevre

Julie Lefevre
jlefevre@library.berkeley.edu

510-643-6445

Librarian

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