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The UC3 newsletter is designed to provide announcements and updates regarding UC3 services.
This mailing list provides updates for contributing institutions about new OAC and Calisphere features, as well as new collection highlights.
CDLALERT-L is designed to allow CDL to send announcements of systemwide interest to our users, e.g., database problems, notices for scheduled maintenance, access problems, etc. This listserv is for UC library staff only. The list is managed by Jayne Dickson.
CDLINFO-L is designed to inform UC Librarians and the UC community about the progress of the CDL, policy issues under discussion, and newly available electronic resources. We hope that subscribers from the UC libraries will pass on selected information from the newsletter to faculty, staff, and students on their campuses, as appropriate. CDLINFO is also published on the web at https://www.cdlib.org/cdlinfo. The list is managed by Jayne Dickson.
DLINSTRUCT-L is an open, unmoderated list valuable for staff from all campuses to discuss best practices, opportunities for collaboration, production of shareable materials, and other instruction issues. The list is managed by Jayne Dickson.
The GENRES-L list is designed to collect and disseminate information about multi-disciplinary databases, e.g., Web of Science, WorldCat, etc., and as a mechanism for recruiting testers from a wide variety of library staff. Items about general resources that are appropriate for CDLAlert and CDLINFO will continue to appear as usual. The list is managed by Holly Eggleston.
The SCP-L listserv is designed to share information and promote discussion about the Shared Cataloging Program (SCP). Regular postings to this list will include the SCP Monthly Update, which provides general information on SCP activities of note and new packages cataloged as well data on the most significant records distributions of the previous month, the final minutes of the SCP Advisory Committee, and the SCP Annual Report. Subscribers to this list include the members of the SCP Advisory Committee and all SCP staff so list subscribers who post questions can be assured of timely and informed responses. The list is managed by Shi Deng. [firstname.lastname@example.org]