You can still access the UC Berkeley Library’s services and resources during the closure. Here’s how.
Below are short descriptions about various types of scholarly sources and general recommendations for finding them. For more specific information about how to find Southeast Asia scholarly sources, select the appropriate page tabs or contact the subject librarian listed, both found on the left side of this page.
Archives include historical records, documents, and artifacts. Special collections are archives grouped by topic or provenance. Digital libraries house digital archives, special collections, galleries, and exhibits. Find all of them at the UC Berkeley Library Digital Collections website, The Bancroft Library, and The South/Southeast Asia Library.
Government publications and statistics include all governmental and non-governmental statistical sources. Find them at A-Z Databases (use subject and database type filters to perform specific searches), United Nations organization websites, and WorldBank.
Images, galleries, and exhibits are usually part of an archive or special collection. Find them at The UC Berkeley online exhibits webpage, the UC Berkeley Library Digital Collections website, The Bancroft Library, and The South/Southeast Asia.Library.
Newspapers are often archived in microforms (microfilm, microfiche, or microcard), which can also be used to preserve other types of sources. Find all of these at The Newspapers & Microforms Library, OskiCat, the Center for Research Libraries (CRL), and WorldCat.