CDLINFO News: February, 2009

Calisphere’s new Themed Collection explores conquest and cultural exchange in Early California

February 26, 2009  |  Category:  Calisphere,Newsletter,Special Collections  |  Author: 

A new Themed Collection: 1780-1880: California in Transition is now available in Calisphere.

Changes to CDL Representation on SOPAG, HOPS

February 24, 2009  |  Category:  Newsletter,Staff News  |  Author: 

Felicia Poe and Ellen Meltzer have assumed CDL representative roles in SOPAG and HOPS, respectively.

Springer Electronic Book Package

February 12, 2009  |  Category:  Collection Development,Licensed Resources,Newsletter  |  Author: 

The UC campuses have recently obtained perpetual access to nearly every Springer ebook published in English and German from 2005 to 2009, including Landolt-Bornstein, the largest compilation of data in physics and chemistry.

CDL ERMS project website on InsideCDL

February 12, 2009  |  Category:  Collection Development,Discovery & Delivery,ERMS,Newsletter  |  Author: 

Interested in the progress of the CDL Electronic Resource Management System (CDL ERMS) project team? We’ve created a project web page on InsideCDL.

Next Generation Melvyl Pilot – February Enhancements

February 9, 2009  |  Category:  Discovery & Delivery,Melvyl,Newsletter  |  Author: 

A description of the February install updates applied to WorldCat, including the Next Generation Melvyl Pilot supported by WorldCat Local (WCL).

CDL 2008 Profile Now Available

February 9, 2009  |  Category:  Newsletter  |  Author: 

A PDF Version of CDL’s 2008 Profile which highlights “recent accomplishments, comments from our users, and beautiful images from UC’s collections” is now available from the CDL homepage.

Mass Digitization Projects Update

February 9, 2009  |  Category:  Collection Development,Mass Digitization,Newsletter  |  Author: 

2008 was a busy year for our UC Libraries’ book digitization activities. This article reviews those efforts.

UC Davis and Internet Archive Make Important Geologic and Water Resources Available

February 9, 2009  |  Category:  Collection Development,Newsletter  |  Author: 

As part of UC’s mass digitization scanning efforts, the library of the University of California, Davis, in consultation with the Government Information Librarians (GILS) bibliographers group, and the Internet Archive is currently engaged in two important digitization projects.