Research databases branded ProQuest, CSA, and Chadwyck-Healey will be down for maintenance from 7pm Saturday, March 19 until 7am Sunday, March 20.
This outage will affect an unusually large number of our databases. The following is only a partial list:
One of the library servers will be down for maintenance from midnight on Friday, March 18 to 4am Saturday, March 19. This will affect:
Other than that, our public website and catalogs should still be available.
The Cal libraries will have limited hours during Spring Break, March 19-27. Most will be closed on the weekends, and all will be closed for the Cesar Chavez Holiday, Friday March 25.
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UC Berkeley students, faculty and staff can now use their Cal 1 Cards to pay for printing from public computers in the "Information Gateway" on the entrance level of Moffitt Library.
The Cal 1 Card payment option is available from computers on the West side of this area. Along with the Cal 1 card option, users will have the option to print black and white on an HP LaserJet 9040 or color on an HP CP5525 printer. The HP printers are being tested as the output devices for our future Library installations.
Please note that in order to pay for printing and avoid error messages, you will need to set up your Cal 1 Card as a debit account and deposit sufficient funds. Here are details on how to do this.
Holders of Equitrac copy cards can still use these on the public workstations on the East side of the Information Gateway. Please be aware that Equitrac cards will expire June 30, 2011.
In the near future, a "guest card" will be available to library patrons who do not have a Cal 1 Card. Cost and availability for the guest card will be announced on our website.
These changes are part of a larger transition in which the UC San Francisco Documents, Media & Mail office, in partnership with the UC Library, is managing our copy centers and expanding the services available. For more information, see:
In the next few years, Moffitt Library will undergo a major renovation that will transform the current spaces and services to fully accommodate students? changing academic needs. Students, library staff, and campus partners have helped craft the vision for essential elements of a public university research library in the digital age.
The project's new website, moffitt.berkeley.edu, gives a preview and invites you to get involved.
Berkeley?s libraries are at the heart of the University?s mission of teaching, research, and public service. The Campaign for the University Library includes the goal of raising $50 million for the transformation of Moffitt Library, a crucial resource for Cal undergraduate students for generations to come.