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You can still access the UC Berkeley Library's services and resources. Here's how.
At the end of July, the Library will retire OskiCat, Melvyl, and Start Your Search. These will be replaced by UC Library Search, a unified catalog and discovery system for all 10 UC campuses. More information can be found on the Library's FAQ.
While this transition is taking place, some services will be disrupted. Our Library services and resources during COVID-19 page has an updated schedule of the Library's reopening plans, as well as information about service interruptions due to the transition.
During extended Library closures (such as the COVID-19 lockdown), we may be able to offer access to scans of books in our print collection through HathiTrust’s Emergency Temporary Access Service. You can view scans of books online in a web browser. The service is open only to current UC Berkeley faculty, students, and staff.
A non-profit, public digital library founded in 1996. Their stated mission is to provide "universal access to all knowledge." In addition to its archiving function, the Archive is an activist organization, advocating for a free and open Internet.
Currently, the Archive provides free, public access to: