EBSCO Releases A-to-Z Service

May 20, 2003

EBSCO's has announced the immediate availability of its A-to-Z service. The service is designed not only to help librarians keep track of the titles in their electronic resources but also to make it easier for patrons to find titles. A-to-Z collects into one gateway listing the titles to which a library's patrons have full text access, whether they are included in publisher packages, are stand-alone ejournals or are found in many different databases. Even print titles from a library's collection can be included in this service. For the A-to-Z service, EBSCO has created a master list of titles and coverage data from hundreds of sources, including database vendors and publisher packages, as well as individual ejournals. EBSCO's Title Information Department will maintain the master list. While a library does not have to be a current EBSCO customer to use A-to-Z, the service is built to integrate with other EBSCO eresource products.

(http://atoz.ebsco.com), (http://www.ebsco.com)