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You can still access the UC Berkeley Library’s services and resources during the closure. Here’s how.

New Public Health Books: Current New Books & eBooks

For your reading enjoyment . . . Here are listed a selection of Public Health books and ebooks* recently acquired by the UC Berkeley Library.

Use OskiCat to find these and more books & ebooks, and you are welcome to recommend a book purchase.

You may also wish to visit the guide to eBooks in Health, Medicine & More: a guide to ebook collections.

* (While the library buildings are closed, only online books will be added to this guide)

Featured Topic: Bodies & Persons

Featured Topic: Politics

Off Campus Access to Library Resources

Off-campus access is limited to current UCB faculty, staff and students. Choose one of the following methods:

Library Proxy (aka EZproxy) 
When you click on a link to an article, database, etc., (from a library web page) you will be prompted to authenticate via CalNet.
If you click on an article (etc.) link found via a search engine or a non-UCB Library webpage, you will need to use a bookmarklet to access the licensed resource.

Virtual Private Network (VPN)
Download and install the VPN client to allow access the UC Berkeley licensed resources.
Make sure you select Library Access - Full Tunnel VPN when you log on
VPN FAQ

Collection of ebooks from University Presses Now Available

The UC libraries have acquired a collection of ebooks from Project Muse, an aggregator of books and journals from university presses and other scholarly publishers.  The acquisition gives UC libraries perpetual access to more than 10,000 ebooks from dozens of publishers. The collection includes 2020 books, as well as books from 2017-2019, and are now accessible on the Project Muse platform.

UC was able to license this collection, with no costs borne by the campuses, thanks to a generous allocation of FY19/20 year-end funds by the University Provost as well as drawing upon a pooled fund established to support the needs of the UC collective and to improve systemwide access to important scholarly work. 

Featured Topic: Tech

Featured Topic: Money

Bioscience, Natural Resources & Public Health Library

Bioscience, Natural Resources & Public Health Library home page

Questions? Ask a librarian!

We are located in the Bioscience, Natural Resources & Public Health Library
(Although the library building is closed, we continue to provide services to our campus communities)

You are welcome to email a librarian.

Here is more information on getting help with your research.