CDLINFO News: February, 2004

New Resource Liaisons Appointed

February 26, 2004  |  Category:  Collection Development,Newsletter,Resource Liaisons  |  Author: 

The CDL is pleased to announce the appointment of a new group of Resource Liaisons: Crossfire (Tier 2): Chuck Huber, UC Santa Barbara CRCnetBase: Deanna Johnson, UC Davis Digital … More

Dekker Encyclopedias: Available for Trial February 17-March 31, 2004

February 26, 2004  |  Category:  Collection Development,Newsletter  |  Author: 

By Julia Gelfand (UC Irvine), Resource Liaison From February 17 through March 31, the UC libraries will trial the 12 encyclopedias currently published by Marcel Dekker for a potential Tier … More

Luna Insight Updates: New URLs, Self-Updating Software, and Access Rights

February 26, 2004  |  Category:  Digital Special Collections,Newsletter,UC Shared Images  |  Author: 

Due to a new version of Luna Insight software, the UC image collections must be accessed through new URLs, which have been changed to take advantage of some additional features.  … More

New Resource Available

February 26, 2004  |  Category:  Collection Development,Newsletter  |  Author: 

a. New England Journal of Medicine The CDL has reached an agreement to license the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) electronic journal, available at: http://content.nejm.org/. The electronic journal contains … More

Computer Database and National Newspaper Index: Databases to be Deselected

February 26, 2004  |  Category:  Collection Development,Newsletter  |  Author: 

After much discussion and campus input, two indexing and abstracting databases were chosen to be cut in 2004 because of budget reductions: the Computer Database and the National Newspaper Index.  … More

Co-Branding for Library Resources

February 12, 2004  |  Category:  Collection Development,Newsletter  |  Author: 

Recently, more database and ejournal vendors have allowed their products to be “co-branded” by campus institutions.  Knowing that there has been a growing interest in the possibilities for co-branding, and … More