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Ethnic Studies 302: Professional Orientation, Fall 2019: Quick Links

Instructor: Coronado

Quick Links (Ethnic Studies Graduate Students)

1.  Ethnic Studies Library

2.  Read an introduction to the campus libraries for graduate students.

3.  More details about off campus access to library resources.

4.  Need a map of the campus libraries

5.  Each library has its own hours.  Click on the calendar for each library to view a month at a time.

6.  Library workshops calendar - sign up for the newsletter!

7.  Library spaces, including group study rooms, recording studio, conference studio, presentation studio (check off "reservable rooms")

8.  Someday you might need:  the Dissertation Writer's Room

9. Yes, you can borrow: laptops, projectors, poster carrying tubes, chargers, lockers.  Also framed art prints.

10.  Propose an event through the Library's Free Speech Movement Cafe events program!

11.  Limited free printing (and other services) through the student run Open Computing Facility.

12.  Tired?  Try a campus rest zone (including one at Moffitt Library).


Printing and Scanning in the Libraries


All UC Berkeley libraries have at least one scanning station. From the scanners you can:

  • save documents to a USB drive (Moffitt Copy Center sells USB drives)
  • upload documents to a cloud service (Google Drive, Box, OneDrive or DropBox)
  • email documents to bMail, Gmail, Yahoo! Mail or Microsoft Live accounts such as and Hotmail
  • send documents to library printers 

All of the scanning services are free, except for printing scanned documents (see below)

picture of open book


  • Printing in the libraries costs 8 cents per page for black & white, or 60 cents per page for color.
    • UC Berkeley students, faculty and staff pay with their Cal 1 Card.
    • Visitors can request a Cal 1 Guest Card from a library public service desk, or the Copy Center in Moffitt Library.
  • Library guide to Printing from your Laptop or Mobile Device

Complete Print/Scan information is available on the library website.

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