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UCLAS Webinar Series: Recent recordings now available!

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​The UC Libraries Advisory Structure’s UCLAS Webinar Series provides an opportunity to learn more about systemwide initiatives and projects. UCLAS Coordinating Committee works in collaboration with the LAUC Executive Board to identify topics and speakers. Learn more.

1. UC Libraries Digital Collection (UCLDC): April 10, 2015

ucldcEach of the UC Libraries is creating and maintaining an impressive array of significant digital collections. The UC Libraries Digital Collection project (UCLDC) is a systemwide initiative to build a technical platform that will provide the libraries with more options for managing, aggregating, and sharing those collections.

Sherri Berger from the CDL provided an overview of the platform and what you can expect to see when it launches this summer.

Learn more about UCLDC
Available here: Recording

2. HathiTrust presentation: May 12, 2015

hathitrustThe UC Libraries have digitized over 3.6 million volumes that constitute over 27% of the HathiTrust Digital Library. UC Libraries and CDL contribute at all levels in HathiTrust governance and operations. Given our collective investment in HathiTrust, how can we get the most out of this collaborative resource and its many services?

Heather Christenson from the CDL provided overview of HathiTrust services, how libraries and our scholars can use HathiTrust, and some of the challenges and opportunities ahead.

Learn more about HathiTrust and UC Mass Digitization Activities.
Available here: Recording and PPT slides

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