September 2, 2014

A Redesigned Web Site For University of California Libraries Debuts Online

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From a CDLINFONews Blog Post by Ginny Steele:

The website is the primary communication vehicle for the UC libraries’ systemwide initiatives and collaborative activities and is intended to be used by both internal and external audiences. The redesign process, started over a year ago, updates the site’s design, streamlines the navigation, and enriches the content. Our goal was to improve the information provided to audiences unfamiliar with how the ten campus libraries and CDL work together as a system and to enhance navigation to information about the systemwide groups whose material makes up the bulk of the website’s content.  At the same time, we wanted to make it easier for systemwide groups and other library staff to keep track of new developments and find documents and reports.

The new features you’ll find on the site include:

  • New and refreshed visual design and layout
  • Streamlined site-wide navigation and group architecture
  • New search feature
  • A “Latest Updates” lisRead the Complete Blog Posttserv for UC libraries’ announcements and new website content updates.

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