Cứu cứu các bác giúp em

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Các bác có thể giúp em không em đang cần dịch gấp tài liệu này mà vốn tiếng anh chán quá các bác có thể dịch giúp em cám ơn các bác nhiều

The University of California's scholars and students conduct their research and learning while drawing from a significant portion of the world's knowledge held in the UC's library collections. Those collections grow and become more convenient to use through the California Digital Library's program to acquire and host scholarly materials in digital form.

The CDL leads a large collaborative effort to license electronic scholarly materials on behalf of the UC, in co-investment with the campus libraries. In addition, CDL hosts digital content created by the UC libraries and California partners, and makes these materials available for public use.

The CDL:

Provides the UC community with more digital material than is available at any other university, including more than 8,000 electronic journals, tens of thousands of electronic books, and more than 250 article and reference databases.
Saves millions of dollars compared to what would be spent by the campuses acting independently.
Allows campus libraries to focus on local research and curriculum by economizing on costs for commonly needed materials and acquisition processes.
Provides a deep and broad collection of online cultural heritage materials from UC and California libraries, museums, and historical societies via the Online Archive of California (OAC).
Enables the experimental publication of scholarly output in open-access repositories.
Encourages interactive use of government and social science statistics and data via Counting California.
Forges partnerships with university presses and societies to digitally publish scholarly works.
New activities and explorations are focusing on:

Publishing scholarly monographs in XML.
Hosting digital image collections managed by UC Visual Resource curators.
Providing access to local history collections.
Cultivating the interchange of California's botanical information resources.
More information:

Collections & Services
eScholarship Program
UC Libraries
Collections & Services
The California Digital Library provides access to scholarly materials, databases of journal article abstracts and citations, electronic journals, publishing tools, and reference databases for the University of California community.

The CDL also builds collections and provides public access to cultural heritage materials though a variety of innovative programs such as Counting California, which hosts digital government information, and the eScholarship program, which assists in the creation and dissemination of UC-produced scholarship.

In addition, the CDL pursues technological innovations that enhance services for accessing, sharing, manipulating, and integrating scholarly content in all forms.

For further information about the CDL's collections and services, including background details, reports, and policies, go to the projects, programs, and services page on Inside CDL.

CDL collections and services include:

CaliforniaDigitalLibrary.org: Provides a single point of access for the publicly available digital collections produced or managed by the UC.
CDL Image Demonstrator: Allows users to search and view a collection of art and architecture images drawn from museum and art collections.
Counting California: Offers "one-stop shopping" for government data and statistics about California.
Digital Preservation Program: The CDL hosts the UC libraries' digital preservation program to ensure long-term availability and access to digital content.
Directory of CDL-Licensed Content: Lists the CDL's extensive collections of digital resources, including article databases, electronic journals, and reference texts.
eScholarship Editions: Provides access to digital texts and monographs, including more than 1,400 UC Press titles. A significant number of the electronic books are available for free to the public.
eScholarship Publications: Showcases publications from the eScholarship program, including interactive publications from the Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative, legacy online journals such as the Dermatology Online Journal, and monographs from the UC International and Area Studies Digital Collection.
eScholarship Repository: This free, open-access repository infrastructure supports the full range of scholarly output, from pre-publication materials to journals and peer-reviewed series, by offering UC departments direct control of publishing.
Melvyl® Catalog: A searchable catalog of library materials from the 10 UC campuses, the California State Library, the California Academy of Sciences, the California Historical Society, the Center for Research Libraries, the Giannini Foundation of Agricultural Economics Library, the Graduate Theological Union, the Hastings College of the Law Library, and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Library.
Online Archive of California (OAC): Federates collections of digital materials (such as manuscripts, photographs, and art) held in the libraries, museums, and archives across California through a searchable database.
Request: Enables UC faculty, students, and staff to enter requests from the Melvyl Catalog and journal article databases for materials. Items not available at a user's home campus are delivered via interlibrary loan, while items available at a user's home campus are delivered through the document delivery service.
SearchLight: Allows simultaneous searches across multiple journal databases, book catalogs, and other information sources available through the CDL and the UC campuses.
UC-eLinks: Provides a way to easily move from an article or book citation in an article database to the full online content of the item, or, for print materials, to automatically look for a UC library location of the item
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Đ/c này buồn cười, đoạn nào, câu nào khó dịch thì vác lên hỏi mọi người chứ đ/c phang cả một cái trang dài thế kia thì ai bỏ thời gian ra dịch cho đ/c được. Hơn thế, cái bài này không thú vị thì chả ai muốn dịch làm gì cả. Tớ đọc qua thấy có gì là khó đâu, tra từ điển dịch kiểu word by word cũng chẳng sao. Tự làm đi chứ nhỉ !
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