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You can still access the UC Berkeley Library’s services and resources during the closure. Here’s how.
Title of a book, manuscript, diary, etc.: search OskiCat by title or MELVYL (advanced search) by title
Title of a journal/magazine/newpaper: search OskiCat by title (pull down the "Entire Collection" menu to "Journals, Magazines, Newspapers". In MELVYL (Advanced Search) search by title; in the left column of the search results page you will be able to limit to "Journal/Magazine/Newspaper"
Title of an article: search the library catalogs: OskiCat or MELVYL (about) by the name of the journal/ magazine/ newspaper in which the article appeared (as above)
If you do not know the name of the journal/magazine/newspaper in which the article appeared, search for the title, subject, or author of the article in an article databases. Find the complete citation (title of journal, date, volume, etc.); then search the library catalogs: OskiCat or MELVYL (about) for the title of the journal
Some journals/magazines/newspapers are available online (scroll down to sections for articles, American or European).
Finding Primary Sources by Date
Search the library catalogs: OskiCat or MELVYL (about) using any of the techniques listed above; limit by date of publication to find materials published during the time period you are writing about. You may be able to sort your search results by date (see Help screens of each library catalog for details.)
Search the article databases using any of the techniques listed above; limit by date of publication to find materials published during the time period you are writing about