Category: Users Council
Here’s an excellent and easy opportunity to broaden your knowledge of some of the projects CDL and the campuses are working on. CDL recently hosted a webinar series for Users Council that’s now widely available to UC staff. (The CDL’s
Looking for a current overview of what’s going on at the CDL? Presentations and Q and A from the May 21, 2012 Users Council Meeting are now available for viewing at http://www.cdlib.org/groups/users_council/ The focus of the meeting was driven in
By Ellen Meltzer, Information Services Manager From your desktop, you can attend sessions on CDL program activities tailored for Users Council. UC campuses and selected California institutions have a Users Council member who monitors communications to and from the CDL,
Attendees at this year's lively Users Council meeting in Oakland (April 10, 2009) learned about an array of CDL programs and services and how they interact with our campuses, partners, and other national and international initiatives.
On Friday, May 9, the Users Council met in downtown Oakland for its annual meeting. The group, representing all of the UC campuses, the national labs, and a group of other California partners, heard about and discussed a host of
Meeting notes, with the linked PowerPoint presentations, from this year's annual Users Council meeting in Oakland on May 11 are now available.
The Users Council met for its annual meeting on April 28 at Preservation Park in Oakland. Topics discussed during the morning session included a welcome by Daniel Greenstein, Associate Vice Provost, Scholarly Information and University Librarian, Systemwide Library Planning and
The Users Council met for its annual meeting on April 22 at Preservation Park in Oakland. Topics discussed during the morning session included UC-eLinks, Google Scholar, Metasearch, scholarly communication, the Melvyl Catalog, and Request. The afternoon was devoted to brief
18 members of the CDL Users Council attended the group’s annual meeting in Oakland on March 12. This meeting offered a series of informational updates on CDL’s governance structure and organization, upcoming changes in the Melvyl Catalog and the Abstracting