The science and engineering libraries are holding a series of workshops during Welcome Week that can help you get the most out of freely available as well as Berkeley subscribed resources. Workshops include:
Check out the schedule on our Events Calendar. All workshops are drop-in - no registration required.
Due to system maintenance, OskiCat will be unavailable on Friday night (8/15) from approximately 10 p.m. to 2 a.m.
The new UC Berkeley Library website goes live on Tuesday, August 12. The website will remain at the same URL, http://lib.berkeley.edu. New features include faster and easier access to study room reservation systems and library locations and hours.
As part of the Library website redesign the Engineering Library website will also have an updated look. As of Tuesday, August 12, the new URL for the Engineering Library will be http://lib.berkeley.edu/libraries/engineering-library. Our old URLs will redirect you to the new website.
We encourage you to use the "Give us feedback" link to help us make the website better!
The NCBI Discovery Workshop, four 2.5-hour hands-on training sessions emphasizing NCBI resources such as BLAST and Nucleotide, will be presented by Peter Cooper of the NCBI staff at UC Berkeley on Wednesday, September 17 and Thursday, September 18, 2014:
Participants may register for all or for selected sessions on the NCBI Discovery Workshop signup form.
The sessions will be held in a location on the UC Berkeley campus to be announced; please plan to bring your own laptop.
Event: NCBI Discovery Workshop presented by NCBI staff
Location: University of California, Berkeley (specific location TBA)
Date: Weds. Sept. 17 & Thurs. Sept. 18, 2014
Princeton Primers in Climate is a series of short, authoritative books that explain the state of the art in climate-science research. These primers reveal the physical workings of the global climate system with accessibility and detail. Princeton Primers in Climate is the ideal first place to turn to get the essential facts, presented with uncompromising clarity, and to begin further investigation--in the library or wherever your summer travels take you.
All seven titles are available at the Earth Sciences and Map Library in McCone Hall including: Paleoclimate; Climate and Ecosystems; Planetary Climates; Climate and the Oceans; the Cryosphere; Atmosphere, Clouds and Climate; and the Global Carbon Cycle. Four more titles are forthcoming.