SkyRiver has been chosen by the University of California Davis Mabie Law Library, in Emeryville, CA for its cataloging services.
Campus Technology brought this to our attention in their article, “University of California Law Library Using SkyRiver.” With more than 290,000 volumes of books in eight-plus miles of shelving, 150,000 volume-equivalents of microforms, and access to several proprietary online databases, the library has been facing a cataloging challenge. There are also more than 40,000 volumes of the basic sources of United States, British, Canadian, Australian, and international law stored off site at the University of California’s Northern Regional Library Facility. Fortunately, SkyRiver links libraries with the bibliographic metadata they need to catalog library collections.
With features including one-click downloading, unlimited access to the SkyRiver database, and unlimited record requesting, it is easy to see the appeal. If you choose an experienced company with quality control throughout the process of indexing and cataloging your data, the process will be smooth.
Melody K. Smith
Sponsored by Access Innovations, the world leader in thesaurus, ontology, and taxonomy creation and metadata application.