UC Berkeley Library

You can still access the UC Berkeley Library’s services and resources during the closure. Here’s how.

Using the Library during COVID-19

During the pandemic, many of our services are being offered in new ways. To find the latest information on course reserves, book returns, 24/7 online help, and more, visit our COVID-19 portal, which provides more up-to-date information than the text below.

Which libraries on campus have standing desks/workstations?

Bioscience, Natural Resources & Public Health Library:
5 standing fixed height counters with stools for public use and 2 standing counters without computers or stools.

Business Library:
Several high desks with high stools, or for standing, on the lower level.

Doe Library:
4 standing desk public access computers in the Reference Hall on floor 2, near the reference desk.

Earth Sciences & Map Library:
A couple of standing height tables at the windows in the south end of the stacks area.

East Asian Library:
8 standing workstations, two each floor. They are for library catalog search only.

Engineering Library:
2 standing-height desks with high stools, but people can also stand at them.

Environmental Design Library:
A standing bar by the bound periodicals. It's at a fixed standing height and has lots of electrical access. 2 accessible desks that can be raised or lowered. 1 of the desks has a computer.

Institute of Governmental Studies Library:
2 sit/stand desks with public PCs on them, and one with a research-only PC on it.

Mathematics Statistics Library:
2 standing public computer workstations.

Moffitt Library (open to those with a current UCB ID or gold UC Berkeley Library Card):
Standing work tables on the 4th and 5th floors.

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