Berkeley's Harrassowitz representative Kasia Stasik will be visiting campus on . A presentation on Harrassowitz's online selection tool OttoEditions will take place from in 303 Doe. Time will also be reserved for selector questions related to their current profiles and other services Harrasssowitz offers.
For more information, contact Jason Schultz.
SCP monthly update
Last month there were only a couple of significant serial distributions, for Open Access serials (121 titles) and SuperStar (77 titles). The major monograph distributions were for the Alexander Street Press Classical music library (2385 titles), SuperStar (289 titles), Wiley (163 titles) and IEEE (109 titles).For our two DDA pilots, the CRC Press ENGnetBASE DDA selections now total 184 titles and the Airiti DDA offerings comprise 520 titles. Note there have already been 14 Airiti titles purchased. The vendor records for these purchased titles will be replaced with OCLC records.
Until next month ?
Additional info about the visit from Gale representatives on Tuesday, October 29 at 4pm in 251 Doe (Librarian's Office conference room):
"Rob Hoyer and Vince Vessalo of the Gale Digital Collections team of Cengage Learning will be presenting an overview of and update on their newest and most popular historical archives, including both new and flagship products such as NCCO (parts 5-12), Sabin Americana, The Associated Press Archives, Indigenous Peoples - North America, Chatham House, Liberty/Listener/Punch Magazines, Slavery/Anti-Slavery (parts 2-4), and many more. Come hear how these valuable resources relate directly to your subject areas, how they benefit the entire UC community from researchers to staff to students to faculty, and how they can be used in the library, the classroom, and the home environments."
Representatives from Gale will be visiting on Tuesday, October 29 from 4-5 in 251 Doe (Librarian's Office conference room). They will be talking about their "many diverse archival collections (i.e. Smithsonian, an STM component of NCCO, etc.)."
A second trial of al-Manhal, a full-text database in Arabic is currently under way. al-Manhal uses ebrary as its platform.
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