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You can still access the UC Berkeley Library’s services and resources during the closure. Here’s how.
HathiTrust Digital Library is a digital preservation repository that provides long-term preservation and access services for public domain and in copyright content from a variety of sources, including Google, the Internet Archive, Microsoft, and in-house partner institution initiatives.
Pronounced "hah-tee", this cooperative system contains millions of books scanned from UC and other major research libraries, including those digitized by Google and the Internet Archive. Search on information about the book (such as author or title), or words in the text. Full text is available for items that are not protected by copyright. Anyone can view public domain materials but to download a .pdf to a laptop or flash-drive, users need a login/password which is their CalnetID/password. Items in the HathiTrust catalog can be grouped into collections and shared online. For details, see the FAQ page.
Public domain and open access books in HathiTrust can be viewed by anyone. Books still protected by copyright are only available to search, and are not available for full view.
UCB patrons can download the full text of HathiTrust eBooks that are in the public domain (generally pre-1922) or open access.
Select the link to Download whole book (PDF) on the left.
Select the Login link and choose University of California, Berkeley as your partner institution. You can then log in with your CalNet ID and password.
Select the Download whole book (PDF) again, after you're logged in, to begin the download.
Print To print, you must first download either a single page or the whole book as a PDF and then print from your PDF reader.