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You can still access the UC Berkeley Library’s services and resources during the closure. Here’s how.
While the UC Berkeley Library provides access to thousands of online resources (ejournals, ebooks, databases, etc.) most of them are only available to authorized users (current faculty, students and staff and, in most cases, on-site visitors).
Without the right set up that allows you to authenticate, you will be locked out of these resources.
For members of the public: No further authentication needed if you are
logged into a computer connected to a UC Berkeley IP address
using a public workstation in a UC Berkeley Library
Search across many disciplines and sources including articles, theses, books, abstracts and court opinions, from academic publishers, professional societies, online repositories, universities and other web sites.
Lists journal articles, books, preprints, and technical reports in many subject areas (though more specialized article databases may cover any given field more completely). Can be used with UC-eLinks to access the full text of many articles.
From the US Department of Education. Topics covered include all levels of education and all educational specialties, such as multilingual education, health education, and testing. [1966 - present]
Freely Available Resources for Research
For research resources that are freely available to the public, consult the Freely Available Resources for Research guide. In particular, see ERIC from the Institute of Education Sciences at the U.S. Department of Education.
Information for K-12 Teachers
California residents currently teaching in California public schools are eligible to receive a free library card. For more information see Information for K-12 Teachers.