CDLINFO News: Authored by Ivy Anderson

Serials Solution Chosen as Electronic Resources Management System (ERMS)

September 22, 2008  |  Category:  Collection Development,ERMS,Newsletter  |  Author: 

After a careful evaluation, CDL has selected Serials Solutions 360 Resource Manager to manage the CDL’s shared licensing activities for tier 1 and CDL-supported tier 2 resources.

Springer E-Book Trial Available

September 12, 2008  |  Category:  Collection Development,Newsletter  |  Author: 

Beginning immediately through December 31st 2008, a public trial of all English-language Springer electronic books is available to UC library users via the Springer Link website.

Application deadline for the Electronic Resource Analyst position extended

June 25, 2008  |  Category:  Collection Development,Newsletter,Staff News  |  Author: 

The closing date for the Electronic Resource Analyst position has been extended to July 10, 2008. See original article for details.

CDL recruiting for Electronic Resource Analyst

June 3, 2008  |  Category:  Collection Development,Newsletter,Staff News  |  Author: 

By Ivy Anderson, Director of CDL Collection Development & Management CALIFORNIA DIGITAL LIBRARY UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT ELECTRONIC RESOURCE ANALYST Salary: $53,136 – $74,352 … More

A Fond Farewell to Robin Chandler

November 8, 2007  |  Category:  Collection Development,Digital Special Collections,Newsletter,Staff News  |  Author: 

It is with much regret that we announce that Robin Chandler will be leaving the CDL on November 30th to accept an appointment as Digital Library Program Manager at UC San Diego. In preparing for Robin’s departure, we have given considerable thought to how best to organize the diverse responsibilities currently performed by Robin’s unit within the CDL.

Appointment of New CDL Shared Print Manager

September 19, 2007  |  Category:  Collection Development,Newsletter,Shared Print,Staff News  |  Author: 

The CDL is delighted to announce that Emily Stambaugh has accepted an appointment as Manager of Shared Print beginning November 1st, 2007.

Resource Liaisons Program Update

September 12, 2007  |  Category:  Collection Development,Newsletter,Resource Liaisons  |  Author: 

Bob Heyer-Gray (UCD) recently undertook a part-time appointment as Interim Resource Liaison Coordinator at the CDL through August 2007. The CDL has had to release Bob to take up his new role as LAUC President. Beginning immediately, please contact Wendy Parfrey for questions and assistance with Resource Liaison-related matters.

CDL recruiting for Shared Print Manager

March 30, 2007  |  Category:  Newsletter,Shared Print  |  Author: 

The California Digital Library (CDL) seeks an innovative and proactive Manager of Shared Print to plan and oversee projects that allow the University of California libraries to share and coordinate printed collections.

Shared Print is a major collaborative effort of the 10 campuses of the University of California (UC) designed to enable the UC libraries to meet the complex information needs of an outstanding faculty and student body in the 21st century through creative and effective sharing of printed materials.  The Shared Print program assumes a leadership role in planning sustainable systems for millions of printed library materials, develops mechanisms for effective and creative resource sharing, and provides a focus for the development of strategies and initiatives that guide the University’s libraries through the transition to a more collaborative approach to building and sustaining library collections.

Interim Resource Liaison Coordinator

March 22, 2007  |  Category:  Collection Development,Newsletter,Resource Liaisons,Staff News  |  Author: 

As many of you know, Heather Christenson, who has served as Resource Liaison Coordinator at the CDL since 2002, has recently assumed the role of CDL Project Manager for the UC implementation of Verde, the electronic resource management system from Ex Libris. With this new challenge, the Resource Liaison program must reluctantly bid Heather a fond farewell.