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UC Berkeley’s library buildings are open! Learn more.
Set up off-campus access to library resources (databases, online journals, etc.) using the Library proxy or Library VPN
(This page has both set-up and troubleshooting information)
UCB Wi-Fi Options include Eduroam and CalVisitor: Eduroam, the preferred network for UCB, allows you to access UC Berkeley online resources both at UCB, and while at participating institutions worldwide.
Eduroam requires you to set a WiFi Key. CalVisitor, UCB's public WiFi network, requires CalNet authentication each time you try to access a licensed resource.
Students may email the Public Health Librarian to schedule a meeting (in person or Zoom) for help with researching a topic, finding online articles, books, data, etc., citation management, problems with VPN or Library Proxy, etc.
In-person reference at the library has been suspended until the library buildings re-open
The Public Health Librarian offers help during office hours at the BPH DREAM Office, 2220 BWW Bldg., Tuesdays 430-6; Thursdays 130-3; email for Zoom alternative.
"Our philosophy includes small class size, careful attention to building your critical reading and thinking skills along with your writing, personalized attention, and a great deal of practice writing and revising." Website has a Writing Resources Database.
Assists graduate students in the development of academic skills necessary to successfully complete their programs and prepare for future positions. Workshops and online consultations are offered on topics such as academic writing, grant writing, dissertation writing, thesis writing, editing, and preparing articles for publication, in addition to writing groups and individual consultations.
For Postdocs, Visiting Scholars, and Visiting Student Researchers with active, approved appointments, and current UC Berkeley graduate students who are new to publishing or wish to refresh their skills. Part 1: Writing a Research Paper; Part 2: Publishing a Research Paper; Part 3: Writing and Publishing a Review Paper. Offered by Visiting Researcher Scholar and Postdoc Affairs (VSPA) program; complete this form to gain access.