The Doe Library will close at 5pm on Tuesday, September 23, due to a required electrical shutdown.
This closure affects all spaces and services within the Doe building, including the Art History/Classics Library; the North, East (Heyns), and Rosberg Reading Rooms; Current Periodicals; the reference area; Graduate Services; the exhibit gallery; the main circulation desk; and the Newspapers and Microforms room.
The Gardner (Main) Stacks and the Moffitt Library will continue normal hours that evening, with all entrance to the stacks after 5pm being through the Moffitt Library. During the closure, keys to study rooms in the Gardner (Main) Stacks will be issued by and returned to the Moffitt circulation desk. Research help will be available at the Moffitt reference desk until 7pm.
Normal hours will resume on Wednesday, September 24.
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Need some help with research on finding statistics, federal or state legislation, human rights, census data, state budgets and more?
With the start of the Fall Semester, you can chat with expert Government Documents staff via Government Information IM Reference, available Tuesdays-Thursdays, 1-5pm through September. Look for expanded hours in October.
You can also add "ucgovinfo" as a friend/buddy in your IM account to access this service directly.
Another option is the very popular Ask A Librarian About Government Information e-mail reference service. You can send in your research questions anytime to this e-mail service. Responses are usually within 1-2 days.
The first event of the author series to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Ethnic Studies Department will be a reading and book signing by Robert A. Barde, author of Immigration at the Golden Gate: Passenger Ships, Exclusion, and Angel Island.
WHEN: Wednesday, September 3, 2008
WHERE: Ethnic Studies Library 30 Stephens Hall
The Graphic Arts Loan Collection, which lends original prints signed by the artist to UC Berkeley students, faculty, and staff members, will resume operations on September 2.
GALC was founded in 1958, but has been in hiatus for several years. It is located in the Morrison Library, and will now be accessible online through a newly developed website. This site allows users to view the collection, select a print for loan, and contact the library to arrange a pickup time.