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I'm not a Berkeley student, staff or faculty member. Can I check my email in the library?

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Posted: 11 Mar, 2009
by: Booth C.
Updated: 13 Apr, 2009
by: Booth C.

No, full internet access in the Libraries is restricted to current UCB faculty, staff, and students. Visitors can, however,  have basic or "research " access to library resources, which includes library catalogs, article databases, and other licensed library resources. You can read the full UCB Libraries computer use policy for more information.

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