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PH C117/IB C195: Global Health Research: Need Help?

Access to Online Library Resources & Help

Set up off-campus access to library resources (databases, online journals, etc.) using the Library proxy or Library VPN
(This page has both set-up and troubleshooting information)

UCB Wi-Fi Options include Eduroam and CalVisitor:
Eduroam, the preferred network for UCB, allows you to access UC Berkeley online resources both at UCB, and while at participating institutions worldwide.
Eduroam requires you to set a WiFi Key.
CalVisitor, UCB's public WiFi network, requires CalNet authentication each time you try to access a licensed resource.

Need help with the above? Contact Student Tech Services at 510-642-4357 or sts-help@berkeley.edu, or the Public Health Librarian.

Reference Services:

  • Students may email the Public Health Librarian to schedule a meeting (in person or Zoom) for help with researching a topic, finding online articles, books, data, etc., citation management, problems with VPN or Library Proxy, etc.
  • In-person reference at the library has been suspended until the library buildings re-open
  • The Public Health Librarian offers help during office hours at the BPH DREAM Office, 2220 BWW Bldg., Tuesdays 430-6; Thursdays 130-3; email for Zoom alternative.
  • You may also use this email link to ask a question or make an appointment
  • 24/7 IM chat reference is also available

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Public Health Librarian

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Michael Sholinbeck
(he/him)

Schedule a consultation,
or visit during my office hours
@ BPH DREAM Office (Room 2220, Berkeley Way West Bldg),
Tuesdays 430-6pm; Thursdays 130-3pm
(Contact me for Zoom alternative)
Contact: LinkedIn Page
Subjects: Public Health

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