CDL COVID-19 Update
Update (6/3/20): Bay Area counties have updated their shelter in place orders with a phased re-opening approach for some businesses; however, the shelter in place order is still in place for the general population. Currently, CDL will remain on telecommute status until we receive more information from the UC Office of the President on our local plans.
Update (4/28/20): Bay Area counties have extended their stay-at-home orders through the end of May, 2020. Accordingly, CDL will remain on telecommute status through at least May 31st since our home office is located in the Bay Area.
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Update (4/2/20): Bay Area counties have extended their stay-at-home orders through May 3rd. Accordingly, CDL will remain on telecommute status through at least May 3rd since our home office is located in the Bay Area.
Here at the California Digital Library, our top priority has always been to support the academic mission of the University of California and the work of our faculty and students. This has not changed. However, in accordance with national and state guidance, our staff are working remotely through April 7, 2020 due to the COVID-19 safeguards. Though this could change so we will continue to update you on the situation.
During this work at home period, we will not be staffing our physical phone lines for CDL Helpline. However, we will still continue to support our users online. If you have questions about or issues with CDL resources, please use the Feedback feature on the resource or send email to email@example.com. CDL staff will respond as quickly as possible.
If you are interested in service information from a campus library, please visit the respective campus library links that can be found on the University of California Libraries website.
Keep apprised of further COVID-19 updates from the University of California.