By Jayne Dickson, CDL Information Services Analyst Does your favorite resource look different? Many of our licensed resources have undergone (or are about to undergo) changes due to interface upgrades … More…
CDLINFO News: Resource Liaisons
As part of UC’s continuing support of Open Access journals and alternatives to traditional publishing practices, UC campuses are now institutional supporting members of the two resources listed below. arXiv.org … More…
By Holly Eggleston, Resource Liaison Coordinator and Electronic Resource Analyst CDL is pleased to announce the following resource liaison assignments within the Resource Liaisons (RL) program. Resource Liaisons provide … More…
CDL is pleased to announce the following resource liaison assignments within the CDL Resource Liaisons (RL) program.
Meet Holly Eggleston, the new Electronic Resource Analyst in CDL’s Collection Development and Management Program.
CDL is pleased to announce the following new resource liaison assignments within the CDL Resource Liaisons (RL) program.
CDL is pleased to welcome the following group of librarians to the Resource Liaisons (RL) program. Resource Liaisons provide a crucial link between the UC system and our licensed resource vendors, as well as providing a link between CDL and the campuses.
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.
Didn’t make it to the Resource Liaisons Meeting in Newport Beach? Have no fear. The meeting notes, presentations, and audio files are now up on the CDL Resource Liaisons web page.
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.