5 helpful UC Berkeley websites you may not know

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We at the Clog understand that a billion websites are tossed at you when you first arrive at Cal. We figured you already know your bSpace from your BearFacts, so we probed into Berkeley’s database of websites to find useful yet underutilized websites you should know.

1. BearCheck

This website will notify you when a seat opens up in a class. (Of course, if you’re a political science major, a seat will never open up.)

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2. Auto-fill CalNet ID information

Save yourself a few seconds by downloading this app for Chrome that automatically logs you into AirBears, Tele-BEARS, bSpace or any of the campus sites.

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3. Campus Shared Services

For those of you who still can’t get your iPhone connected to bMail, the campus has a helpful fact list for troubleshooting.

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4. Campus Resource Guide

Check out this amazing resource guide created by a Berkeley student!

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5. How to set up your library proxy

By connecting to our library’s proxy network, you can gain access to a lot of resources — even when you’re not on campus.

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Chloe Hunt is the blog editor. Contact her at [email protected]

A previous version of this article incorrectly stated that the resource guide for students was created by the OCF. In fact, the resource guide was compiled, designed and coded by Victoria Lo.