The UC Berkeley Libraries provide access to thousands of electronic journals in all subject areas. The California Digital Library (CDL) has licensed most of these journals for the entire UC system, but some are licensed directly by the UCB Library.
Here are some ways to access electronic journals at UCB:
UC-eLinks: Click the UC-eLinks icon next to each citation in databases like PubMed, Web of Science, etc. Provides access to online articles, links to the Oskicat and Melvyl catalogs, and options for ordering via InterLibrary Borrowing.
UC-eLinks Citation Linker: Look up a known citation - journal article, book, book chapter, etc. - to see if it is available online.
E-Journal Titles A-Z: Search or browse for online journals.
Melvyl, the catalog of the University of California Libraries and beyond: the most comprehensive resource for locating journals in all disciplines, whether online or in print.
» Guide to Library Catalogs
Online journals collections with freely available journal content:
If you need help locating electronic journals, please ask a librarian for assistance. You can call us or visit us at the Public Health Library Reference Desk.
To find articles, see our Indexes and Databases web page.
» Electronic Public Health Resources