CDLINFO News: May, 2001

Elsevier ScienceDirect Access to Some “Non-Subscribed” Journals Now Available

May 31, 2001  |  Category:  Collection Development,Newsletter  |  Author: 

In response to the CDL’s request, Elsevier has activated direct access to many more ScienceDirect journals.  Previously UC faculty, students, and staff could access directly only those journals marked with … More

Counting California, eScholarship and PubMed to be featured in July 2001 Release

May 31, 2001  |  Category:  Newsletter  |  Author: 

Counting California, eScholarship and PubMed will include major enhancements in the July 18 release of the CDL web site. Counting California, a new research tool that provides users with … More

CDL Database Transitions

May 31, 2001  |  Category:  Discovery & Delivery,Newsletter  |  Author: 

a. Advisory Group Roles for Catalog and A&I Transitions Citing the importance and complexity of major transitions for both the Melvyl Catalog and the CDL-Hosted A&I databases, the CDL recently … More

Library Staff News

May 17, 2001  |  Category:  Newsletter,Staff News  |  Author: 

a. John Kunze Joins the CDL John Kunze has joined the CDL as a development programmer for 40% time from May 2001 to May 2002.  John has worked at Berkeley, … More

New Publications Page

May 17, 2001  |  Category:  Newsletter  |  Author: 

A Publications page has been added to our “About the CDL” section [http://www.cdlib.org/about/publications/].  This page contains publications guiding or explaining activities of the California Digital Library and written … More

SciFinder Scholar Adds More New Content (Marion Peters, UCLA

May 17, 2001  |  Category:  Collection Development,Newsletter  |  Author: 

SciFinder Scholar 2000 now provides access to literature and patents from 1947 to the present.  On April 22, 2001, bibliographic information and abstracts were added for over 2.2 million references … More

Melvyl® Catalog and Database Transitions

May 17, 2001  |  Category:  Melvyl,Newsletter  |  Author: 

a. Melvyl® Catalog Name On April 27, the University Librarians and SOPAG discussed the first of many policy issues related to the Melvyl®Union Catalog.  As a result, they endorsed a … More