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What is the Baker Service?

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Posted: 29 May, 2009
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Updated: 03 Jun, 2009
by: Booth C.
BAKER is a fee-based Document Delivery Service for UCB faculty, staff, graduate students, and UCOP staff with current UCB library cards that locates citations for you in the Berkeley collection, checks out or photocopies material you have requested, delivers items to your department, points you to web sites where the articles can be viewed and printed, and/or places holds, searches and storage requests on your behalf.

For more information call (510) 642-2538 or email Baker is an aspect of the Interlibrary Borrowing Service (IBS) department, which you can contact at (510) 642-7365.
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