The University of California, Santa Cruz Library participates in a wide variety of cooperative collection development programs. We work closely with our UC peer libraries to maximize the depth and breadth of our respective collections. Additionally, we work with other academic institutions and membership organizations under the guidance of a range of formal and informal agreements that expand access to collections through leveraging local acquisition funding, staff expertise, and resource sharing capacity.
This page identifies significant, active cooperative programs, including the names of institutional partners, references to texts of agreements, dates, and links to further information. For each subject or area program, the relevant contact is the UCSC subject specialist.
Center for Research Libraries (CRL)
Membership in CRL provides UCSC with access to an extended collection of specialized research collections with a particular focus on international and area studies, government documents at all levels, microformats and recently electronic resources. UCSC participates in many of CRL's area-based preservation and access programs, including those outlined below under area-specific agreements.
University of California Shared Content Program (California Digital Library and UC Libraries)
The shared content program facilitated by the California Digital Library fosters cooperation and joint investment in the acquisition of digital resources across the 10 campuses; at present UCSC coinvests in joint licensing of over [ ] such resources at an annual cost-share of $[ ]. A related program promotes the development of efficient methods for the collaborative acquisition of printed books and journals.
French and Francophone Studies
History, British (UCB, UCD, UCI, UCLA, UCR, UCSD, UCSC)
History, United States (UCB, UCD, UCI, UCLA, UCR, UCSD, UCSC)
Latin American Studies
Music (UCB, UCD, UCI, UCLA, UCR, UCSD, UCSC, Stanford)
Women's Studies (UCB, UCD, UCI, UCLA, UCR, UCSD, UCSC, Stanford)