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Category: Technology

CDL Information Services and UC Courier Management ticketing systems migration from Footprints to Freshdesk

Why are the CDL Helpline and Courier Management ticketing systems migrating from Footprints to Freshdesk? Due to cybersecurity concerns with the Footprints software, Footprints will be decommissioned on March 14, 2023. Instead, the CDL Helpline and Courier Management teams will […]

Join CDL as a Technical Team Manager!

The Publishing, Archives, and Digitization (PAD) program at the California Digital Library (CDL) is seeking a Technical Team Manager to lead a collaborative, innovative, and high-performing team of developers. In this role, you will manage five direct reports who work […]

eScholarship Pilots New Technologies

The University of California’s open access publishing program and institutional repository, eScholarship, is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. As part of this celebration of the many ways eScholarship has enabled UC affiliated scholars and editors to openly share their research […]

Register now for the UC Libraries Forum Conference, October 26-29th!

Dear UC Libraries colleagues, The UC Libraries Forum 2021 planning committee is excited to announce that registration is now open for the UC Libraries Forum 2021 Conference!  Registration is free and open to all UC library staff who wish to […]

Merritt and Dryad Certified by CoreTrustSeal as Trustworthy Repositories

University of California Curation Center (UC3) is happy to announce that its Merritt repository and Dryad’s underlying technical platform (Dash) have received CoreTrustSeal certification. This certification helps to instill transparency and accountability to our stakeholder communities, as it provides public evidence of […]

Put Crowdsourcing to Work for Your Library

Does your library need help transcribing manuscripts or radio broadcasts? Do you need help identifying people and places in photographs? Could you use a hand in finding constellations in historical celestial maps or identifying bird species in old prints? Then […]

Artificial Intelligence for Libraries FAQ

Artificial Intelligence (AI) buzzes around in campus conversations like a pesky fly – always present but hard to catch. To help librarians catch this pesky critter and use it to improve their libraries, Stanford University Libraries and the National Library […]

Next Gen Library Publishing partnership awarded $2.2M Arcadia grant to improve scholarly publishing infrastructure

Educopia Institute and California Digital Library are pleased to announce an award in the amount of $2,200,000 from Arcadia—a charitable fund of Lisbet Rausing and Peter Baldwin—in support of the “Next Generation Library Publishing” project. Through this project, Educopia and […]

UC DLFx 2019 registration is now open

Registration for the 2nd UC DLFx Conference is now open! At UC DLFx, UC librarians, digital technology experts, educators, and other leaders will convene at UC San Diego. We will share insights and experiences, and seek new opportunities for collaboration. […]

Summer Internship at CDL: Machine Learning Techniques Applied to Calisphere

During the summer of 2018, the Publishing, Archives, and Digitization group at CDL was fortunate enough to host UCB School of Information masters student Sejal Popat as an intern. While at the CDL, Popat worked to apply machine learning techniques […]