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Does the library provide document delivery?

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Posted: 29 May, 2009
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Updated: 03 Jun, 2009
by: Booth C.
Yes. Document delivery is provided via the fee-based BAKER Document Delivery service, which locates citations in the Berkeley collection, checks out or photocopies material as appropriate, and delivers the material to your department. If an electronic version of an article you requested is available, BAKER will refer you to a web site where the article can be viewed and printed. If necessary, BAKER will place holds, searches and storage requests on your behalf. If the material is not in the Berkeley collection (and if you have pre-authorized BAKER to do so), BAKER will automatically forward your request to the Interlibrary Borrowing Service. Baker is an aspect of the Interlibrary Borrowing Service (IBS) department.

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