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Summer Seminar RefWorks Session: Home


Dinosaur in VLSB; click for library home page RefWorks!


Michael Sholinbeck (  Public Health Librarian

Debbie Jan (  Optometry & Health Sciences Librarian



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Today's Exercise Set and Handout and Class Evaluation

Today's handouts are available online here:
  Exercise set: PDF | DOCX
  Outline: PDF | DOCX

At the end of today's session, please take a few minutes to complete this evaluation - thank you!

» More RefWorks tips, as well as information on EndNote, Zotero, and Mendeley, may be found here

Core Public Health Article Databases

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)

Information on UCB Wi-Fi Options, including AirBears2 and Eduroam
Eduroam allows you to access UC Berkeley online resources both at UCB, and while at participating institutions worldwide.
Both AirBears2 and Eduroam require you to set a Google Key.
FYI, CalVisitor is UCB's public wifi option. You cannot use CalVisitor to access library resources without additional authentication using CalNet

Reference Services:

Bioscience, Natural Resources & Public Health Library

Bioscience, Natural Resources & Public Health Library home page

Questions? Ask a librarian!

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.