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Will the NRLF really be full in 2016?

High-density library storage facilities are admittedly not too exciting but without them, our collections face some very serious problems. In case you missed this illuminating Op-Ed in the Daily Cal from professors Todd Hickey and Geoffrey Koziol, I encourage you to check it out and express your concerns to your campus representatives.

While there is little public information about this imminent crisis, a team of librarians from CDL and most of the UC campuses have prepared recommendations to free up space in both NRLF and SRLF called the UC shared Print Road Map for 2014-2018 which provides further insight but no long-term solution.

Feb 26, 2015 | Categories: Works of Note | cpotts

Ejournals from Fabrizio Serra Editore

Fabrizion Serra Editore

New funding for the Library has made it possible to convert nearly 20 scholarly print journal subscriptions to digital and gain an additional 25 not previously held. Fabrizio Serra's Italian Studies collection can be accessed through Casalini Libri's Torrossa platform while cataloging in OskiCat and UC-eLinks is being completed. Digital archives go back as far as the early 2000s for most journals like Contemporanea, Italianistica, and La modernità letteraria.

Feb 12, 2015 | Categories: Italiano, E-journals | cpotts

new batch of Digitalia ebooks

 El Barroco, marca de agua de la narrativa hispanoamericana Como amigos: la independencia de Cataluña interesa a los españoles Curiosus verborum perscrutator De reinas y plebeyas : mujeres en la historia

The Library has recently acquired 246 more ebooks from Digitalia - one of the largest providers of Spanish-language ebooks and ejournals. To view the complete list of titles, do a title search in OskiCat for "Digitalia UCB access." All Digitalia ebooks can be read as PDFs, HTML, or Flash files.

Jan 23, 2015 | Categories: E-books, Español, Audio | cpotts

Library Research Guide on Charlie Hebdo

Last week's blog post has morphed into a more substantial library research guide on Charlie Hebdo and the socio-historical context of the terrorist attacks in Paris.

Jan 15, 2015 | Categories: Research Guides, Français | cpotts

Je suis Charlie Hebdo

Je suis Charlie

Paying homage to the cartoonists and founding editors of the satirical French weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo who lost their lives earlier today in a senseless act of violence, I've highlighted some of their printed works held in UC Berkeley's collection:

A gauche, toute! / Wolinski.

Aïe! : les années 80 / Wolinski.

Un apartheid à la française : dix réponses à la "préférence nationale" / SOS racisme ; préface de Fodé Sylla ; illustration Tignous.

B̂ete, ḿechant et hebdomadaire : une histoire de Charlie hebdo, 1969-1982 / Stìephane Mazurier.

Cabu en Amérique / Jean-Claude Guillebaud, Laurent Joffrin.

Cabu 68 / Cabu, Laurence Garcia ; avec José Artur ... [et al.].

Contre les hommes--tout contre! / Anne-Laure Schneider ; dessins de Wolinski.

Dialogues de sourds / Wolinski.

Dis maman, y'a pas de dames dans l'histoire? / Maryse Wolinski ; illustrations de Wolinski.

Il n'y a pas que la politique dans la vie / Wolinski

Lettres d'insulte / Dieudonné ; illustrées par Tignous ; préface de Brigitte Tanguy.

Marx, mode d'emploi / texte de Daniel Bensaïd; dessins par Charb.

Les meilleures couvertures de Charlie Hebdo

Mitterand et son beauf' : [bande dessinée] / Cabu.

La reine des pommes / Chester Himes ; Wolinski.

Sarko circus / Cabu.

Les sentinelles : comédie en deux tableaux / Pierre-Robert Leclercq ; dessins de Cabu.

Jan 07, 2015 | Categories: Français, Authors, Newspapers | cpotts

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