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Iter Bibliography Moves to EBSCOhost

As of May 24, 2024 Iter Bibliography has migrated to EBSCOhost as the new hosting platform for subscribers, from its original platform at Iter through the University of Toronto (  UC has 7 campus subscribers to Iter Bibliography (UCB, UCD, […]

Access Restored to CNKI Resources

In April 2023, CDL shared news that several of the UC’s CNKI resources would be suspended due to a Chinese government audit of CNKI’s platform, as announced by CNKI & East View. It was unknown at the time how long […]

JSTOR Package Upgrade

Beginning January 1, 2024, 9 University of California campuses are upgraded to the JSTOR Archival Journals and Primary Sources Collection, also referred to as the JSTOR Full Access collection. All UC campuses except UC San Francisco will participate in this […]

New Japanese Resources

  The UC system has two new collections at J-DAC: Yokomizo Seishi Kyūzō Shiryō 横溝正史旧蔵資料  (Collection of Seishi Yokomizo) Access: This database offers online access to the collection of materials in more than 14,000 pieces comprising manuscripts, drafts, writing […]

Resource Change: World Scholar Latin America and the Caribbean

In 2023, World Scholar Latin America and the Caribbean (via Gale) changed its name to Archives of Latin American and Caribbean History, Sixteenth to Twentieth Century.   CDL owns the historical archive version of this product, with access for all 10 […]

Changes to Several Database Subscriptions (June 2023)

Russian Academy of Sciences Bibliographies In May 2023, Ebsco Information Services announced the decommissioning of the database Russian Academy of Sciences Bibliographies, with access ceasing at the end of our current subscription term, the end of June 2023. At this […]

Select CNKI resources undergo temporary suspension

Beginning April 1, 2023, access to several CNKI databases at will experience temporary suspension of full text download access or suspension of database-wide access as a result of an audit to ensure compliance with Chinese laws regarding cross-border data. […]

Chadwyck-Healey databases transition to ProQuest

According to Proquest’s informational webpage, several databases will be moving from their legacy Chadwyck-Healey interface to the ProQuest platform, throughout 2022.  As a result, these databases will be more discoverable as users will be able to cross-search content along with […]

Oxford Ebooks migrate to Oxford Academic platform

In July 2022, Oxford research books collections will move to the Oxford Academic platform ( This means that books will be available alongside journals in a single place for the first time.  The Oxford Academic platform will be familiar to […]

The Sixties moves to ASP’s LAZR Platform

The Sixties: Primary Sources and Personal Narratives 1960-1974 has migrated to the LAZR platform, joining other Alexander Street Historical Collections.  See Alexander Street Historical Collections migrate to the LAZR Platform for more information. The Sixties; UCB, UCI, […]