The California Digital Library

The California Digital Library

The California Digital Library (CDL) represents the cooperative digital library initiatives of the libraries of the 10 campuses of the University of California system.  The CDL is both the combined electronic collections and services and the organization that supports them.

The staff members of the CDL support the joint purchase of electronic materials by assisting with costs, negotiating on UC's behalf, organizing processing and billing, and coordinating the support of those materials.  They also coordinate efforts related to the University of California union library catalog known as Melvyl.
Home page of the California Digital Library, Includes a searchable directory of resources, and descriptive information about the CDL and its future plans.

California Digital Library 

  • Melvyl Catalog- Melvyl contains the joint print and electronic collections of all ten UC campuses, as well as those at other WorldCat libraries.[ Read More... ]

CDL Collections & Services Page
The CDL's Collection's page provides quick access to many of the resources available through the CDL.

California Digital Library   
Digital Collections available to the general public @

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Last modified: 6/24/2011 4:02 PM by M. Yonezawa

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