Library News: Open Access Week, Digital Publishing Workshops, and More!

Open Access Week @ UC Berkeley Workshops include: Copyright and Your Dissertation First Books & Publishing Your Dissertation Increasing and Monitoring Scholarly Impact Understanding the (Changing) Realm of Peer Review Making Textbooks and Course Readers Affordable Register in advance; attendance enters … Continued

A Medieval Summer in Toronto

Bernardo S. Hinojosa, a PhD student in Literature, spent his summer at the Pontifical Institute of Medieval Studies (PIMS) in Toronto, working towards a diploma in Manuscript Studies, and conducting research.

Doe Library reading room

Library Updates: Save Time with Research Tips

Need Wi-Fi While You’re Traveling? The newly announced campus Wi-Fi options include a bonus for faculty, staff and students who are traveling to other universities — the eduroam (education roaming) service now allows you to use your Airbears2 key to gain access … Continued

Library News

In September, the newly remodeled Social Research Library re-opened in 227 Haviland Hall. Sign up for the monthly blog, Library Researcher at Berkeley for the UCB libraries (for advanced users). Upcoming library exhibits: Birds Do It, Bees Do It: A Century of Sex … Continued

Library News — 9/15/2014

To welcome back students this fall semester, the Library is delivering new services to make your time at the library more efficient! A newly designed Library website is also now available. To find out more about copyright and fair use policy, visit the new copyright page on the … Continued

Berkeley Library Introduces Journal Reading App

The UC Berkeley Library has a collection of thousands of scholarly journals that can now be delivered to your mobile devices. Just download BrowZine, a tablet application, on your iPad, Kindle or Android devices and you can start reading those … Continued

Library Updates

 Preview the Library’s new website and submit your feedback. This month the Library launches the Electronic Devices Lending Program. Students can borrow laptops or iPads for four hours at a time (one renewal, no overnight). Have questions about copyrights? The new UC Copyright website might be just the … Continued

Doe Library at sunrise

Have You Checked Out the Library Exhibits?

From the Rise of Islam through the Dawn of the Computer Age, from pop-up books and cartoons to architectural dreams that failed to materialize, the Library collections are on display now. Check out the current exhibits in campus libraries: “Unbuilt … Continued

New Faculty Reception

The Graduate Division hosted the New Faculty Reception for 63 newly hired faculty, many of whom gathered at the Morrison Reading Room to become acquainted with resources available to faculty working with graduate students.

Doe Library reading room

Welcome to spring at your libraries

The campus libraries wish you a Happy New Year and, as the new semester begins, provide you with some quick reminders and resources.

UCLA Library

Postdoc opportunity: UCLA Library eScience

With funding from the Council on Library Resources/Digital Library Federation, the UCLA Library has created a new postdoctoral fellow position in data curation. Geared for a recent Ph.D., the new position will be part of the UCLA Library’s eScience team, … Continued

Help determine the Library’s future (by May 31)

Graduate students are important users of the University Library, and University Librarian Tom Leonard wants your input on which ways the Library will change in the next few years. He says “I ask that you take the time to answer … Continued

Doe Library after dark

Library extends hours during RRR and Finals Weeks

Moffitt Library and Gardner (main) Stacks will be extending 24-Hour Study to include RRR Week and Finals Week this semester. For spring semester 2011, Moffitt Library and Gardner (main) Stacks will be open continuously from Sunday, May 1 at 1 p.m. through Friday, May 13 at 7 p.m.