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While the UC Berkeley Library provides access to thousands of online resources (ejournals, ebooks, databases, etc.) most of them are only available to authorized users (current faculty, students and staff and, in most cases, on-site visitors).
Without the right set up that allows you to authenticate, you will be locked out of these resources.
logged into a computer connected to a UC Berkeley IP address
connecting via AirBears
using a public workstation in a UC Berkeley Library
How to Access Online Resources
There are two ways to connect to library resources from off-campus.
Use UC Library Search and other library websites to look up licensed (subscribed) resources. Links listed on these sites prompt users to login with CalNet.
To access library resources found via non-UCB sites such as Google, Google Scholar, email links, Twitter, etc, you can add the EZProxy bookmarklet to your browser. Then, whenever you land on a licensed library resource, select your EZproxy bookmarklet to enable CalNet.
More on EZProxy
The EZProxy bookmarklet adds the library's EZProxy prefix to a URL. Use it to license library resources from off campus.
To set up the EZProxy you will need to make sure your browser is configured to:
Allow pop-up windows.
Accept third-party cookies.
The bookmarklet can be added iOS, Android and most browsers including Chrome, Safari, Firefox, IE.
Drag the EZproxy UCB link to your browser's Bookmark toolbar.