The UC Berkeley Library is trying to get a better understanding of how people use our website (http://www.lib.berkeley.edu/) and we need your help!
We are looking for any current UC Berkeley students or faculty who would like to sit down with a Library staff member and show us how you use our site. Whether you use it every day, intermittently, or have never used it, we're interested in speaking with you.
In exchange for about an hour of your time, we'll give you a $10 gift certificate to the FSM Cafe in Moffitt Library.
We will record the session, but all recordings and data collected will only be used internally for website redesign purposes.
If you are interested in helping us, please email Matthew Prutsman:
To accommodate vacation schedules and other priorities, the Data Lab will be open by appointment only from July 18 through August 24, 2011.
To schedule an appointment, users should send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Data Lab, located in Doe Annex 189, provides access to a growing collection of electronic data files and analytical software.
Beginning on Saturday, July 9 at 10pm until at least 3am and possibly as late as 8am on Sunday, July 10, 2011, several services provided by OCLC will be down for maintenance.
The Melvyl catalog, which is based on OCLC's WorldCat system, will continue to operate normally except that book cover images will not display.
In addition, these services will be unavailable:
During the closure, OskiCat users can request that materials be paged for their use by clicking on the Art History/Classics location link or by following the instructions on this page.
Also during this time, Art History/Classics course reserves will be available at the Moffitt Library circulation desk.