Due to increased weekend building security in McCone Hall, the building and the Earth Sciences and Map Library are no longer open on weekends.
Due to limited study space and ongoing construction work, the Law Library will be open to Berkeley law students only during law school exams, December 5-16.
Other UC Berkeley students who need to conduct legal research during this time may apply for a special pass.
The library subscribes to more than 900 premium online information sources. To learn more about what we've added in the last month, see our list of new resources.
» CAIRN (French-language articles)
» European Film Treasures (free, on-demand European films)
» Godefroy dictionnaire de l'ancienne langue francaise (IXe-XVe siecle)
» Johns Hopkins Guide to Literary Theory & Criticism
» Opera del Vocabolario Italiano (pre-1375 Italian texts)
» Revues.org (French-language journals)
» Tresor de la langue francaise informatise (French dictionary)
» ATLA Religion Database now available via EBSCOhost
» Art History (subject) is now Art History/Art Practice
To find out more about any of our electronic resources, search its title here.
In these challenging economic times, the library offers a variety of interesting products at attractive prices. Many of these can be bought online -- get your shopping done and still have time to study for finals!
Check out these holiday gift ideas:
Finally, if you need a break after all this shopping, we recommend a visit to the Free Speech Movement Café.
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