CDLINFO News: July, 2003

Library Staff News

July 24, 2003  |  Category:  Newsletter,Staff News  |  Author: 

a. Mary Engle Retiring Mary Engle has announced her intention to retire as of September 1, 2003, after 24 years working on UC systemwide library automation projects at the … More

Melvyl Transition

July 24, 2003  |  Category:  Melvyl,Newsletter  |  Author: 

a. Melvyl Retiring This will be our last issue of CDLINFO before legacy Melvyl retires on August 1, 2003.  As of that date, Melvyl-T will become the … More

Library Staff News

July 10, 2003  |  Category:  Newsletter,Staff News  |  Author: 

a. Karen Coyle Retiring After 23 years, and more projects to analyze, enhance, or migrate Melvyl – and bibliographic data generally – than can be easily counted, Karen Coyle … More

Suggestions for Linking into CDL Web Sites

July 10, 2003  |  Category:  Newsletter,Technology  |  Author: 

Significant changes to CDL web sites will occur in August 2003. On August 1, Melvyl-T will become Melvyl, the legacy Melvyl service will be turned off, and users will be … More

CDL Joint Steering Committee on Shared Collections Appointments

July 10, 2003  |  Category:  Collection Development,Newsletter  |  Author: 

Effective July 1, 2003, CDL Joint Steering Committee on Shared Collections (JSC) appointments: -Rhonda Neugebauer, Interim Head of Collection Development, Riverside: Appointed -Lucia Snowhill, Collections Coordinator, Santa Barbara: Reappointed Lucia … More

New Resources Available

July 10, 2003  |  Category:  Collection Development,Newsletter,Special Collections  |  Author: 

NOTE: New resources listed below may not yet be in the CDL Directory of Collections and Services; they will be added within the next 2 weeks.  You can access them … More

CDL Request Service Changes

July 10, 2003  |  Category:  Discovery & Delivery,Newsletter  |  Author: 

At the recommendation of the UC Resource Sharing Committee (RSC) and with the concurrence of the Systemwide Operations and Planning Committee (SOPAG), the CDL has removed the daily limits imposed … More