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ENGIN 000: NanoBears Guide to Library Research: Getting Started

This is a guide to the library for summer NanoBears students.


Welcome to UC Berkeley! On a large campus such as ours, you'll find that there are many libraries serving different academic departments spread all around different buildings. As non-UC Berkeley students, you'll still have access to all the libraries and can browse and make scanned copies of the collections but cannot check anything out. The exception is the Moffitt and Gardner Libraries, where a UC Berkeley ID is required for entry. If you need an item from these collections, please contact Jeff or Lisa.

All of our online resources are available to you when you are in your labs on campus.

Subject libraries that are heavily used by science and engineering students and faculty include: Engineering Library, Physics-Astronomy Library, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Library, Mathematics-Statistics Library, and the Bioscience and Natural Resources Library.


Campus Library Map

Select the image below to see the full campus library map.

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