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CDL – UCSC Focus Group Study on Print and E-book Use webinar for library staff

Please join Danielle Watters Westbrook (CDL), Chan Li (CDL), Kerry Scott (UCSC) and Sarah Troy (UCSC) for a discussion about a focus group project conducted at UCSC last fall, about user behavior in academic libraries regarding print book and e-book

Nga Ong joins CDL

On August 3rd, Nga Ong joined CDL’s Licensed Content Team as a Library Data and Services Analyst. In her new position, Nga will work on various collection analysis and assessment projects and will be involved with CDL HelpLine activities.  Nga joins CDL from

CDL Job Opening for Library Data and Services Analyst

The California Digital Library, University of California, invites applications for the position of Library Data and Services Analyst. Overview: As a member of the Licensed Content Team within the CDL’s Collection Development and Management Program, the Library Data and Services

Ebooks or Print Books or Both? Graduate Students Focus Group Study at UCSC

This week, UCSC and CDL have launched a research project to study academic user behaviors around print and digital monographs at various points during the research lifecycle. This project is already announced on UCSC library website: https://library.ucsc.edu/. In the next

2008 Usage Statistics: Journal, Database and E-book Update

2008 annual UC systemwide aggregated and campus-by-campus usage statistics for selected major Tier 1 and Tier 2 journals, databases and ebooks are now available on the Inside CDL website.

Journal and Database Usage Statistics Update

2007 UC systemwide and campus-by-campus usage statistics for selected Tier 1 and Tier 2 journals and database are now available on the Inside CDL website.

New Nature Journals Available

By Teri Vogel (UC San Diego), Resource Liaison for Nature journals The UC campuses now have access to the newest titles in the growing collection of Nature Publishing Group (NPG) journals. The multidisciplinary Nature Nanotechnology (launched in Fall 2006) will