HST 390: Berkeley Folk Music Festival: Overview
Navigating the Campus
Although all reference and research questions are remote-only this semester, the library building is open for student use. There are a few changes: no food is allowed, students cannot sit together for group study, all study rooms are unavailable. masks must be worn at all times, and you must reserve a computer station or study table. You must have your student ID with you to check in and check out of the library.
This campus map will show you where the library is in relation to the campus as a whole.
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Welcome to Drake Memorial Library!
Whether you are on-campus or at home, you have access to a wide-ranging collection of books, journal articles, and streaming media.Everything can be accessed through the library home page. From there, you have access to all the materials in the library, just by typing your search parameters in "Search articles, books, videos and more!
Getting Help From A Librarian
Whether you have a quick question or need a more in-depth research consultation, you can get in touch with all of our librarians on the Ask a Librarian. Page.
If the green button is showing in the chat box, you can connect immediately with a librarian. You can also search the FAQ's, see the library hours for the fall semester, email us or text us. While there is a phone number listed to call, there will not be a librarian monitoring 585-395-2760 for this semester.
At the bottom of the "contact Us" box, you will find "Request a Research Appointment." This is where to book the time with a librarian that your professor put in your assignment on the Berkeley Folk Music Festival. However, if you want to speak with a specific librarian, just scoll down the page. All of the librarians are listed there.