CDLINFO News: January, 2002

Library Staff News

January 24, 2002  |  Category:  Newsletter,Staff News  |  Author: 

a. Alvin Pollock Joins the CDL The Online Archive of California (OAC) is pleased to announce that Alvin Pollock is officially devoting 50% of his programming time to OAC projects.  … More

New Resource Available

January 24, 2002  |  Category:  Collection Development,Newsletter  |  Author: 

a. Literature Resource Center (LRC) Literature Resource Center (LRC) from Gale Group has been licensed by the CDL for all 9 campuses. Recommended by History and Reference bibliographer groups … More

Library Staff News

January 10, 2002  |  Category:  Newsletter,Staff News  |  Author: 

a. Cecily Johns Joins the CDL Cecily Johns, who most recently has served as AUL for Collections and Technical Services at Santa Barbara and Project Director for the Collection Management … More

Statistics Summary Report Available

January 10, 2002  |  Category:  Collection Development,Newsletter,Usage Statistics  |  Author: 

The latest statistical profile of the CDL is now available from the “About the CDL” publications web site: <http://www.cdlib.org/about/publications/>, entitled The California Digital Library: Key Indicators … More

Licensing Status Information

January 10, 2002  |  Category:  Collection Development,Newsletter  |  Author: 

This is a reminder that you can find up-to-date information about the status of resources being licensed by the CDL.  Details about ongoing negotiations and the status of recently licensed … More

New Resources Available

January 10, 2002  |  Category:  Collection Development,Newsletter  |  Author: 

a. Music Index (Paul Machlis, UCSC) The UC Music Librarians represented by Paul Machlis at UC Santa Cruz have completed a Tier 2 negotiation with Harmonie Park … More

CDL Database Transitions

January 10, 2002  |  Category:  Discovery & Delivery,Newsletter  |  Author: 

a. PAIS Available Via CSA PAIS (Pubic Affairs Information Service) via Cambridge Scientific Abstracts (CSA) is now available, and will be turned off via SilverPlatter on January … More