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Neuroscience: Connecting

Connect from off campus

To access UC Berkeley Library e-journals, e-books, databases, and other subscription resources from off-campus or on wifi networks other than eduroam, UC Berkeley students, faculty and staff can use the following:

Using EZProxy

Here is a short (2 minute) video created by Margaret Phillips, Librarian for Education, Gender & Women's Studies, and Psychology, showing how to install and use the EZproxy bookmarklet.
Note: To install the EZproxy bookmarklet you must first be sure that the bookmarks toolbar is visible in your browser:

WiFi options

Note: The CalVisitor network on the UCB campus provides internet access, but blocks users from UCB-licensed resources such as journals, e-books, and databases. To access these resources when on CalVisitor you must have the proxy or VPN installed, or switch to the eduroam wifi network instead.

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Elliott Smith
Bioscience, Natural Resources &
Public Health Library