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December 2001

  • New look, new content, new site structure, new URL! The Bancroft Library web site greets 2002 in a fresh new light. Please explore http://bancroft.berkeley.edu/ to rejoice in Brooke Dockter's gorgeous web design. Don't forget to update your bookmarks too -- many web pages have changed names and/or moved!

  • Computer Manuals Online - eBook Collection - purchased for our beloved students, faculty and staff by the Kresge Engineering Library.

October 2001

  • Members of the Research Library Cooperative Program (RLCP) may now use Stanford Request, a new service which makes it possible to request materials held in the Stanford University Libraries through Pathfinder. All UCB faculty, graduate students and academic staff are eligible for this service. You must be logged onto Pathfinder (using the UCB Logon capability). The "Stanford Libraries Catalog" will be one database choice available, and when a member finds the record for an item s/he wants in that database, s/he may click the "Request" button, which will launch the Stanford Request service. The RLCP member must use whatever ID number from whatever card s/he uses for other library services. For graduate students, this will most likely be their student ID. For faculty and Academic Staff, it will either be their Staff ID or a card issued by the Library.

September 2001

August 2001

  • New look, same great taste!
    Trust me when I tell you that the redesign of the Internet Tutorial is even more phenomenal than the invention of Double Stuf Oreo cookies. I know my web sites, and I know my cookies - 'nuff said.
  • The Summer 2001 issue of Bene Legere is now available. Find out what's shakin' in The Library in this latest issue of the Newsletter of the Library Associates.

July 2001

  • Is it really almost that electric and exciting time of the year when throngs of young enquiring minds join the UC Berkeley family of scholars? You betcha baby! The UCB campus fondly calls this special time -- Welcome Week. (I like to call it "Oh my god, is that what the kids are wearing these days?" week.) But I digress ... The Library gets in on the action too, so check out the list of Library Welcome Week events. But no matter what you call it, the week of August 20-24, 2001 will be wild, wooly and full of fun.
  • Has it really been two months since I last clued you in on the hot happenings of your beloved Library Web? Just the usual fabulousness has been brewing 'round here. Nothing dramatic like a dot.com meltdown, or discovery of a mascarra that doesn't cause racoon eyes. But enough about really important stuff, let's get to the fun part of my job ...
  • Oooo honey, who says library research isn't entertaining? Check this out, Current Biography and Who's Who are now available to all UC Berkeley students, faculty and staff. O.k., so they're not as down and dirty as the National Enquirer, or E!, but they're accessible via the Biographies category of the Electronic Resources menu on the Library Web home page.

April 2001

  • The Spring 2001 issue of Bancroftiana is now available! Find out what's happening in one of America's finest special collections libraries.
  • Looking Backward/Looking Forward: Visions of the Golden State is a terrific new online exhibition organized by Theresa Salazaar, Curator of the Bancroft Collection, Western Americana and Carola DeRooy, Curatorial Assistant. Brooke Dykman Dockter is responsible for the extrememly attractive Web accessible package.

March 2001

February 2001

  • Brought to you by the loving folks at the Earth Sciences & Map Library -- Azerbaijan 1:100,000 topographic maps! Got Cyrillic?
  • The Bancroft Library and the Friends of The Bancroft Library are pleased to announce a new webpage, devoted to a recent audiotape publication, History of Early California. The web page provides background information on the subjects, speakers, and sponsors of this publication, in addition to an order form for those who wish to obtain a set of audiotapes.
  • The Library's Free Speech Movement Education Programs Committee will be sponsoring forums in the FSM Cafe to generate critical discussion about contemporary social and political issues. A formal call for proposals will be circulated shortly. In the meantime, please give us an idea of particular issues you think would make for lively discussion in these forums.
  • PsYcHe! Oh yeah, it's here -- e-psyche -- and available to all U.C. Berkeley students, faculty and staff via the Electronic Resources menu on the Library Web home page. Select Indexes and Abstracts. The e-psyche database is designed to meet the information research needs of professionals, students and the general public in the field of psychology and related behavioral disciplines. The e-psyche database covers over 4000 journals, newsletters, dissertations, preprints, web sites, technical reports, and conference. Coverage includes 1998-present.

January 2001

  • I'm sure there's something new on the Library Web this month, but for the life of me I can't remember what it is. Maternal amnesia once again rears its ugly head!
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