- Spons. Awards
- CCDC Online
- Visitor's Info.
CCDC maintains several online resources for the benefits of its members:
- A list of CCDC-related courses at UCSB: http://www.ccdc.ucsb.edu/?q=all-courses
A list of the courses scheduled to be taught in the next quarters is also availalable: http://www.ccdc.ucsb.edu/?q=course-scheduling-by-quarter
- A list of CCDC seminars and workshops: http://www.ccdc.ucsb.edu/?q=seminars_by_speaker
This list available online starts around the Fall of 2002 and includes over 350 events.
Upcoming talks can be found at http://www.ccdc.ucsb.edu/?q=seminars_by_quarter
- A public calendar http://www.ccdc.ucsb.edu/?q=calendar/ical and an RSS feed http://www.ccdc.ucsb.edu/?q=feeds/rss.xml with CCDC events.
CCDC members are encouraged to subscribe to this calendar (using google calendar or any other mainstream calendar software) or to this feed to automatically obtain timely information about upcoming CCDC seminars and workshops.
- CCDC holds video recordings of a significant portion of the CCDC seminars and we started the process to make them available online: http://www.ccdc.ucsb.edu/?q=videos_by_speaker
Currently, access to the videos is limited to a few restricted internet domains. Please contact us if you would like access to the videos.
You are encouraged to subscribe to the RSS feed http://www.ccdc.ucsb.edu/?q=vfeeds/rss.xml to access the latest videos.
An iTunes podcast feed is also available http://www.ccdc.ucsb.edu/?q=ifeeds/rss.xml to access the CCDC videos.
- A list of publications by CCDC faculty: http://www.ccdc.ucsb.edu/?q=biblio
This list is updated daily from data obtained from the ISI web of Knowledge and contains links to the Digital Object Identifier (DOI®) and Google Scholar. The DOI link typically refers to the full text of the publication but accessing it may require a subscription agreement).
Bibliographic references in bibtex and Endnote formats are also provided.