What happens when you ask over 100 students to take photos of the Cal libraries?
Library staff have been working with the Letters and Sciences 1 class since its inception in 2002. This course is an introduction to the Liberal Arts designed for entering students. In Fall of 2010, to help these students get familiar with the campus libraries, we asked them to go to a library and take a photo of something that interested them. We think the results are impressive!
Research databases branded ProQuest, CSA, and Chadwyck-Healey will be down for maintenance from 7pm Saturday, January 29 until 7am Sunday, January 30.
This outage will affect an unusually large number of our databases. The following is only a partial list:
Due to an unanticipated staff shortage, the Institute for Research on Labor and Employment Library will be closed on Monday, January 24.
From Monday January 24 through Thursday January 27, everyone who enters the Library Bookstore may pick out, free of charge, one book priced at up to $5.00, or receive a discount of $5.00 on books priced higher.
The Bookstore, located in 132 Doe Library (near the south entrance) is open Monday-Thursday 11am-2pm. Limit one free book per person.
Some users have been unable to log in after clicking the Request button in Melvyl to place an Interlibrary Loan request.
Update: This issue has been resolved.
Problems have also been reported with the request form available through the button on our Interlibrary Loan page.
Update: This issue is not browser-specific, but is related to cookies (what's this?). If you attempt to use this webform with cookies disabled in your browser, you will be prompted to enable cookies.
Meanwhile, it is still possible to make a request in person at the Interlibrary Borrowing Office (133 Doe Library) during these hours.