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

Videos & Images in Public Health: Home

Galleries, Databases, and other Image Collections

Google Image Search

When you search Google images, you can limit your search to noncommercial reuse, meaning that you should be able to use the images for noncommercial purposes.

How to limit your search:

  1. Search for your image. If you have searched in Google, then click on the "Images" link above the search results.
  2. Click on "Tools" to the right of where you clicked on "Images."
  3. Click on "Usage Rights." Select the appropriate reuse filter based on your plan for the image.

Film & Video

Find online streaming video in OskiCat by clicking on "Advanced Keyword Search", entering your search terms, and limiting to "Online" (under "Electronic Resources") and "All Video Formats" (under "Video Formats"). CalNet authentication or UCB IP address often required for library-hosted materials.

Visible Body

Highly-accurate, visual databases that include thousands of models you can rotate, zoom, and dissect, and physiology and pathology animations that quickly communicate complex biology.