CDLINFO News: November, 2000

CDL Staff News: New Staff Members

November 29, 2000  |  Category:  Newsletter,Staff News  |  Author: 

Please join us in welcoming these three new CDL staff members located at CDL offices in Oakland.  Donna Kaiser and David Loy have arrived to fill vacancies in Digital … More

CDL Technologies Reorganization within the Office of the President

November 29, 2000  |  Category:  Newsletter  |  Author: 

When the CDL was formed in October 1997, CDL Technologies, comprised of many members of the former Division of Library Automation, was formally a part of the Office of the … More

Union Catalog RFP Evaluation on Schedule

November 29, 2000  |  Category:  Discovery & Delivery,Newsletter  |  Author: 

The steering committee for the evaluation of responses to the RFP for new technology to support the union catalog met on November 20, 2000 to share the results … More

CDL Staff News

November 8, 2000  |  Category:  Newsletter,Staff News  |  Author: 

a. Richard Lucier Named College Librarian at Dartmouth CDL founding University Librarian Richard Lucier announced on November 1 that he has accepted a position as College Librarian of Dartmouth College … More

CRL Displays in Periodicals Titles

November 8, 2000  |  Category:  Collection Development,Newsletter  |  Author: 

When the CDL expanded displays in the California Periodicals database to include the CULP and SERHOLD locations, a feature was added that allows users to display holdings within a geographic … More

Request News: a Consortial Borrowing System Request for Proposals

November 8, 2000  |  Category:  Discovery & Delivery,Newsletter  |  Author: 

The California Digital Library has just released a Request for Proposals (RFP) for a new component of the Request system.  ‘Request’ allows Library patrons on any of the University … More

Web of Science (WoS) Increase Simultaneous Users; Additional Journals Linked (Beth Weil, UCB)

November 8, 2000  |  Category:  Collection Development,Newsletter  |  Author: 

Effective November 1, 2000 UC access to Web Of Science (WoS) increased from 40 simultaneous users to 120 simultaneous users, thanks to additional funding commitments from the campuses in 2001 … More