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

Student Athletes: a guide to library research: Quick Links & Getting Started

https://guides.lib.berkeley.edu/student-athletes

Library 101

'Welcome to the Library' video. A lot of references to the many physical libraries on campus - not relevant, of course, during shelter-in-place.

How to Access Online Resources from Off-Campus

There are three ways to connect to library resources from off-campus:

1. Link to library resources from OskiCatDatabases A-Z list, eJournals (UC eLinks) list, or other library websites

2. Drag this EZProxy UCB bookmarklet to your browser bookmark toolbar. Then, click on it when you land on a licensed library resource.

EZproxy UCB

3. You can always download the campus VPN (Virtual Private Network) client to access licensed resources. 

Go to the Off-Campus Access tab for more details.

Quick Links

To see if we have a book in our collection, check out a library catalog

Search one of these databases to find articles on a topic. The library has hundreds of them but these are good places to start:

You have access to thousands and thousands of ebooks. The titles are all listed in OskiCat, or you can go directly to some of these ebook platforms/publishers: