UC Berkeley Library expands on-campus services, extends due dates

UC Berkeley Library expands on-campus services, extends due dates

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With the fall semester beginning with fully remote instruction, the UC Berkeley Library is launching contactless pickup service and extending due dates to February 2021.

Following campus’s announcement of an online start to the fall semester, the UC Berkeley Library is expanding its on-campus services, even as its buildings remain closed.

The library’s plans, scheduled for late summer, include launching a contactless pickup service and enhanced research consultations at the Bancroft Library. Moffitt Library will not be opening for fall semester as originally planned.

Additionally, materials due after March 1 will now be due Feb. 1, 2021, and will be quarantined with other items returned after the buildings’ closures.

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The Daily Californian

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