CDLINFO News: April, 2004

Japanese American Relocation Digital Archives (JARDA): Web Site Updated

April 22, 2004  |  Category:  Calisphere,Digital Special Collections,Newsletter  |  Author: 

The CDL is pleased to announce the release of the updated Japanese American Relocation Digital Archives (JARDA) web site, accessible at: http://jarda.cdlib.org/ JARDA is a digital thematic collection within the … More

New Interface Customization Tools for the CDL METS Repository

April 22, 2004  |  Category:  Digital Special Collections,Newsletter,Publishing  |  Author: 

Institutions can now access their digital collections in the CDL METS Repository through their own interfaces, using the newly released CDL Interface Customization Tools: http://www.cdlib.org/inside/diglib/repository/customize/ The CDL has been developing … More

Office of Scholarly Communication Established

April 22, 2004  |  Category:  Newsletter,Publishing  |  Author: 

The CDL has established an Office of Scholarly Communication in response to: the continuing economic crises in scholarly communication; the growing concern about the impacts of those crises on … More

Melvyl Catalog: New Issue of El Mel Tells

April 22, 2004  |  Category:  Discovery & Delivery,Newsletter  |  Author: 

The latest issue of El Mel Tells, the newsletter for the Melvyl Catalog, is posted online at: http://www.cdlib.org/inside/projects/melvyl/elmeltells/ Articles include: Searching for Authors…Truncation a Must in Exact Author Search … More

Library Staff News

April 8, 2004  |  Category:  Newsletter,Staff News  |  Author: 

a. Suzanne Samuel is the new Digital Preservation Project Manager Since last fall, Suzanne Samuel has been devoting a growing percentage of her time to the CDL’s preservation program, an … More

Current Contents to be Deselected

April 8, 2004  |  Category:  Collection Development,Newsletter  |  Author: 

The Current Contents database has been added to the list of two other journal article databases (the Computer Database and National Newspaper Index) that are being deselected by … More