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You can still access the UC Berkeley Library’s services and resources during the closure. Here’s how.
The Library has access to many, but not all, eBooks from Cambridge University Press, including research monographs and reference titles. Cambridge eBooks can be found in both OskiCat and Melvyl.
Cambridge eBooks can be viewed from any browser and read online using Adobe Acrobat or any other PDF viewer.
To find and download eBooks in Cambridge Core:
UCB students have access to all titles with thesymbol. Users without library authentication have access to items with the symbol.
Search for your topic in the Refine listing section. You may narrow your search using various parameters like publication date, subject, and more.
Select a book title after entering a search term and choose between the individual chapters of books.
Press the icon to view the chapter of the selected work in your browser.
To download a chapter, right-click on the icon and choose the Save link as option. The PDF can also be saved from the in-browser PDF viewer by pressing the Downloadicon located in the top right corner.
Multiple actions for selected content (e.g. downloading a full title):
To download the whole title, press the Select all option when viewing the chapter list along with any of the actions described below.