There is an abundance of research materials and tools now available online. The best place to start is with the Classics Resources Page hosted by the Berkeley library, a gateway to a vast array of dictionaries, text and image databases, bibliographies, etc. Other useful sites:
- Archive of Performances of Greek & Roman Drama
- Digital Medievalist
- Diotima (resources for the study of women, gender, class, etc.)
- eScholarship - Classics (open-access Berkeley Classics publications
Undergraduates looking for research support should head for the Office of Undergraduate Research & Scholarships site, which has information about, and links to, many wonderful programs (e.g., URAP).