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Saturday hours at Doe return

Beginning Feb. 1, Doe Library will be open from 9 to 5 pm on Saturdays.

In tandem with the Library providing a temporary home for the Berkeley Institute of Data Services (BIDS) in 190 Doe, the Vice Chancellor for Research has committed the funding to extend Doe Library hours. This funding covers the costs associated with opening on Saturdays, one of BIDS' faculty priorities as well as one of the recommendations from the Library Commission's report.
On Saturdays library visitors can enter through Doe North, Doe South, and Gardner Stacks as well as have access to Doe Circulation, Graduate Services, and Art History/Classics Library.  This is terrific news for everyone who likes to study, browse and research in Doe Library, with several hundred more seats available on weekends, and enhanced research computing stations soon to be added to Floor 2.  It is particularly meaningful for humanities graduate students and faculty with extended hours access to core texts and research/writing spaces associated with Graduate Services and Art History/Classics Library.

In tandem with the Library providing a temporary home for the Berkeley Institute of Data Services (BIDS) in 190 Doe, the Vice Chancellor for Research has committed the funding to extend Doe Library hours. This funding covers the costs associated with opening on Saturdays, one of BIDS' faculty priorities as well as one of the recommendations from the Library Commission's report.

On Saturdays library visitors can enter through Doe North, Doe South, and Gardner Stacks as well as access Doe Circulation, Graduate Services, and Art History/Classics Library. This is terrific news for everyone who likes to study, browse and research in Doe Library, with several hundred more seats available on weekends, and enhanced research computing stations soon to be added to Floor 2. It is particularly meaningful for humanities graduate students and faculty, with extended hours access to core texts and research/writing spaces associated with Graduate Services and Art History/Classics Library.

Jan 30, 2014 | Categories: Library News | dmoore

Interlibrary loan? Check your spam folder

 

Since the library's conversion to bMail, notices from Interlibrary Services are frequently being routed to the recipients' SPAM or JUNK folder.
Please check these folders, mark the messages NOT SPAM or move them to your INBOX. Once you do this, subsequent messages should automatically be directed to your INBOX.
If you forward your bMail to another e-mail service, your SPAM folder will NOT forward. You will need to log into bMail directly to check the SPAM folder.

Since the conversion to bMail, notices from Interlibrary Services are frequently being routed to spam or junk folders. Please check these folders, and mark the messages not spam or move them to your inbox. Once you do this, subsequent messages should automatically be directed to your inbox.

A tip for those who forward their bMail to another e-mail service: your spam folder will not forward. You will need to log into bMail directly to check the spam folder.

Please contact Interlibrary Services at 510-642-7365 with any questions.

Nov 28, 2013 | Categories: Library News | dmoore

Proposal for Social Welfare and Education/Psychology Libraries

All interested parties are invited to read the proposed plan for the Social Welfare and Education/Psychology Libraries at UC Berkeley, and to submit comments and recommendations to future@library.berkeley.edu.


The comment period is from January 23 to February 28, 2014. Comments will be reviewed by the Deans of the affected Departments, the University Library, and the Academic Senate Library Committee. The ongoing planning in 2014 will be widely shared on campus and with members of the public who use this important campus library.

Nov 27, 2013 | Categories: Library News | dmoore

Business Library proposal: comments invited

 

All interested parties are invited to read the proposed plan for the Thomas J. Long Business Library at UC Berkeley and to submit comments and recommendations for consideration to future@library.berkeley.edu.
The comment period is November 26, 2013 ? January 13, 2014. Comments will be reviewed by the Haas Dean, the University Library, and the Academic Senate Library Committee (composed of faculty, a representative of campus Librarians, and students).
The ongoing planning in 2014 will be widely shared on campus and with  members of the public who use this important campus library.

All interested parties are invited to read the proposed plan for the Thomas J. Long Business Library at UC Berkeley and to submit comments and recommendations to future@library.berkeley.edu.

The comment period is from November 26, 2013 to January 13, 2014. Comments will be reviewed by the Haas Dean, the University Library, and the Academic Senate Library Committee. The ongoing planning in 2014 will be widely shared on campus and with members of the public who use this important campus library.

Nov 27, 2013 | Categories: Library News | dmoore

Print disability service now extended to articles and chapters

Last year the Library began digitizing full books for students with print disabilities. Now the Library's Baker Service accepts requests for journal articles and book chapters which will be retrieved, scanned, processed and delivered by email free of charge to patrons preapproved by the Disabled Students Program.  Students eligible for this service can learn how to submit Baker Requests via the OskiCat and Melvyl library catalogs.

Sep 25, 2013 | Categories: Library News | dmoore

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