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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, […]

AP Images Collection becomes AP Newsroom

On Nov. 9, 2019, the AP Images Collection on the EBSCOhost platform became the new AP Newsroom platform. UC campuses should use the campus-specific URLs to the new AP Newsroom platform. What is AP Newsroom? According to the EBSCO Connect […]

AMS Journals Online move to PubFactory on December 1, 2020

The URL for the AMS Journals Online site will remain the same ( and redirects will be in place indefinitely. This platform change should be entirely transparent to users; however, if you encounter any problems accessing AMS, please notify CDL. […]

Preview of new Web of Science interface

The UC Libraries will soon have access to a preview of the new interface for the Web of Science platform. Beginning in mid-November, look for a message highlighted in purple in the top right corner of the screen, you may […]

Alexander Street Historical Collections migrate to the LAZR Platform

According to ASP’s migration information webpage, several Alexander Street legacy products are moving to the LAZR platform effective June 30, 2020. Affected UC-licensed resources are: Early Encounters in North America; all campuses North American Women’s Letters and […]

SciFindern now available for all UC faculty, staff and students

SciFindern (or SciFinder-n) is the new, streamlined SciFinder interface from CAS (Chemical Abstract Service) that covers the chemical literature, indexing millions of journal articles, patents, substances, and chemical reactions. The current SciFinder is not going away, so UC has access […]

O’Reilly for Higher Education now available for UC

O’Reilly for Higher Education (OHE) is now available for all UC campuses on O’Reilly’s new platform: . OHE contains close to 48,000 titles of technical eBooks, videos, interactive tutorials, case studies, learning paths and audio books from O’Reilly & […]

New PubMed is here

On Tuesday, May 19th, the National Library of Medicine (NLM) officially switched to the new version of PubMed.  SCP has already updated PIDs to point to the new version, retaining UC’s ‘otool’ extension so that the UC-eLinks button will display […]

AMS Journals and Monographs move to a new platform

The American Meteorological Society (AMS) Journals and Monographs will be moving to a new web platform, date TBD. According to the banner on the AMS website, “Unfortunately custom saved searches can’t be preserved; check your settings now so you […]