CDLINFO News: Authored by Jayne Dickson

Cochrane Library Platform Transition

March 18, 2010  |  Category:  Licensed Resources,Newsletter  |  Author: 

By Jayne Dickson, CDL Information Services Analyst The Cochrane Library has moved from Wiley InterScience to a new platform: http://www.thecochranelibrary.com.  Current subscribers include Berkeley, Davis, Irvine, Los Angeles, San Diego, … More

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Bibliography of the History of Art (BHA) to be discontinued 3/31/10

March 8, 2010  |  Category:  Licensed Resources,Newsletter  |  Author: 

By Jayne Dickson, CDL Information Services Analyst The Getty Research Institute, publishers of the Bibliography of the History of Art, will not provide access to BHA beyond March 31, 2010. … More

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CDL’s System Status web page – ‘One stop shopping’ for system information

March 5, 2010  |  Category:  Information Services,Newsletter  |  Author: 

By Jayne Dickson, CDL Information Services Analyst At the top right of CDL’s newly redesigned website (http://www.cdlib.org) is a link to CDL’s System Status web page.  This System Status page … More

Emily Stambaugh in Print

October 28, 2009  |  Category:  Newsletter,Shared Print,Staff News  |  Author: 

The Association of Research Libraries (ARL) is initiating a new series of invited reports addressing emerging roles for research libraries and Emily Stambaugh, CDL’s Manager of Shared Print, is writing the report on New roles in providing print collections: remote storage and collection consolidation.

Reporting problems with Google Books

September 9, 2008  |  Category:  Collection Development,Mass Digitization,Newsletter  |  Author: 

Occasionally, book links in the catalog records link incorrectly to another book via the Google Books Search API. The best way to report these mis-links and other problems with the Google Books content is to use the Melvyl Catalog and WCL implementation feedback links to report the problem to CDL.

CDLAlert Archive

August 25, 2008  |  Category:  Information Services,Newsletter  |  Author: 

Have you ever noticed that a resource was down and wondered if the vendor had sent a downtime message? The easiest way to find out is to check the CDLAlert Archive.