Guiding policies and procedures for selecting, licensing and managing systemwide resources.
Principles guiding the development of CDL collections.
Principles guiding the purchase of one-time resources.
A checklist that is useful for decisions on whether to purchase an ebook package.
Evaluation criteria for out-of-copyright resources; developed by CDL and Joint Steering Committee (JSC).
Policies and procedures for shared cataloging, linking, and management.
Title management of CDL-licensed journal packages, including adding titles, managing title transfers, and trial access.
CDL licensing flow chart, including JSC, CDC, and Bibliographer Group decision points.
The use of co-investment in building UC shared digital collections.
Principles underlying the cost sharing model for co-funding electronic resources as endorsed by the JSC and CDC.
New FTE-based cost models.
Campus percentage shares recommended by the JSC.
Goals and principles for the inclusion of Merced into Tier 1 licenses.
Policy for allocating cost for OA resources.
Describes the dual (“tiered”) approach to licensing by the CDL and campuses; defines Tiers 1-4.
How to manage a Tier 2 license.
Principles for transitioning a resource from one platform to another.
Principles for establishing overlapping access periods when changing resource providers.
Principles for resource customization and account administration.
Logos and graphics for branding systemwide resources.
Includes information about major technical issues, CDL’s preferred solutions, and the implications for vendors.
Considerations for accessing CDL Licensed Resources from mobile devices.