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America’s Historical Newspapers migrates to enhanced interface

America’s Historical Newspapers and the World Newspaper Archive are now available with enhanced interfaces. In terms of systemwide subscriptions, this affects Early American Newspapers Series 1 and 2. Campuses that locally subscribe to additional collections within America’s Historical Newspapers, please […]

Literature Online moves to the enhanced ProQuest platform

The Literature Online (LION) database is now available on the main ProQuest platform and is cross-searchable with other ProQuest resources. There will be an overlap period beginning immediately and continuing through July 1, 2019. This parallel access period provides time […]

Clarivate Analytics’ InCites JCR and ESI URL change

Clarivate Analytics’ InCites Journal Citation Reports (JCR) and Essential Science Indicators (ESI) will be available via a new URL starting February 15th. A temporary redirect will be in place from February 15 – 28, 2019.   There is no additional change […]

UC-eLinks moving to secure HTTP (https://) on 2/19

On the morning of Tuesday, February 19, 2019, Ex Libris will install “SSL” on the CDL SFX server, meaning that all UC-eLinks traffic will be redirected from ‘’ to ‘’. If you encounter any unexpected problems with outbound linking behavior […]

INSPEC moving from Web of Science to Engineering Village platform

[Article updated on 1/4/19 to emphasize that the platform change affects University of California access only.] Beginning January 1, 2019, INSPEC will be available for the University of California (UC) libraries on the Engineering Village (EV) platform, with Compendex, a broad […]

New Access World News interface rolled out

NewsBank has introduced a new interface with cross-database searching of historical (if licensed) and current content. Presently, all UC campuses have access to the ‘current’ Access World News online content [1985 (varies by title) – present].     Access World News […]

Women and Social Movements in the U.S., 1600-2000 transitions to new platform

Alexander Street‘s Women and Social Movements in the United States, 1600 – 2000 database has transitioned to a new platform which it now shares with two related products: Women and Social Movements International and Women and Social Movements in Modern […]

BioOne Complete moves to new platform

BioOne is launching a new website for its content aggregation, BioOne Complete. The new site will be launched on January 1, 2019. Currently, all campuses have access to this resource. The new site will replace the existing platform and will […]

The Times Digital Archives moves to Gale’s new platform

As part of the continued transition of Gale resources to Gale’s Primary Sources platform (see, The Times Digital Archive will be moving to this platform on the afternoon of December 20, 2018.     (All campuses; on Gale’s Primary Sources […]

ASM Handbooks Online transitions to a new platform

ASM International has rolled out a new Silverchair platform for ASM Handbooks Online. Six campuses (Berkeley, Davis, Irvine, Los Angeles, Merced and San Diego) participate in the ASM Handbooks license. B, D, I, LA, M, and SD; on the […]