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CrossRef has collaborated with archiving organizations and publishers to ensure that several journals that have ceased publication remain linkable with the CrossRef Digital Object Identifiers originally assigned to the articles.

Posted Sep 15, 2009

The American Nurse Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation has been certified as a provider of continuing nursing education.

Posted Sep 15, 2009

Financial website Forbes.com has launched an app for the Palm webOS platform, making it available on the Palm App Catalog on the Palm Pre phone.

Posted Sep 15, 2009

With big bailouts come big responsibilities. The public wants to know: Where is nearly $800 billion going through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, and how is it helping?

Posted Sep 14, 2009

If memory serves, the digital revolution was offered up to us as a great new driver of efficiency. Even at the most basic level of owning a PC, we were told that these new machines would organize our records and even clarify our ways of thinking. Really? Has anyone looked behind my desk lately?

Posted Sep 09, 2009

An agreement between Credo Reference and Willan Publishing will add five new titles in British law to the Credo platform: Dictionary of Forensic Psychology, Dictionary of Policing, Dictionary of Probation and Offender Management, Dictionary of Prisons and Punishment, and Dictionary of Youth Justice.

Posted Sep 04, 2009

Dow Jones Sanction Alert, a new highly structured data feed, aims to help financial institutions worldwide manage the impact of enhanced international payment formats by reducing false positives and duplicate alerts without increasing exposure to risk.

Posted Sep 04, 2009

Local news company Examiner.com has acquired participatory news network NowPublic.

Posted Sep 04, 2009

Ovid has announced new licensing agreements with Cancer Information Group (CIG) Media and A & C Black.

Posted Sep 01, 2009

EBSCO has added new features to its EBSCO A-to-Z software, aimed at improving the overlap analysis functions of the program.

Posted Sep 01, 2009

The American Medical Association has launched an ebook portal powered by Impelsys' iPublishCentral publishing service.

Posted Aug 28, 2009

Ovid has expanded its Shibboleth compliance for its search platform, OvidSP, to include the Japanese Shibboleth Foundation.

Posted Aug 28, 2009

Thomson Reuters has released a Mac OS X version of its bibliographic management software, EndNote X3.

Posted Aug 28, 2009

ProQuest announced that Periodicals Archive Online offers three more ways to build a library's research archive, with the addition of The Spectator to Collection 7, the launch of Collection 8 and the development of five additional years of coverage for journals in Collections 1 to 5. ProQuest has also announced that institutions can now subscribe to the entire bibliographic record of dissertations written in the United Kingdom and Ireland from as far back as 1716, with full abstracts for titles available from 1986 in ‘ProQuest Dissertations and Theses - UK & Ireland'.

Posted Aug 25, 2009

Wolters Kluwer Financial Services announced that the company has acquired substantially all of the assets of Austin, Texas-based Stormwater Research Group, provider of flood compliance solutions to banking and mortgage industries.

Posted Aug 25, 2009

The Financial Times has acquired MandateWire, a London-based provider of information on European pension mandates.

Posted Aug 18, 2009

EBSCO has developed an open source software development kit (SDK) to adapt clients and servers to the Standardized Usage Statistics Harvesting Initiative (SUSHI).

Posted Aug 14, 2009

Thomson Reuters announced that Techstreet has signed an agreement to distribute standards from the Association of Electrical and Medical Imaging Equipment Manufacturers (NEMA). Thomson Reuters also announced that Techstreet has launched a new Reference Linking feature for customers who subscribe to industry codes and standards using the web-based enterprise tool Techstreet Subscriptions.

Posted Aug 11, 2009

The Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers (ALPSP) and Swets, a subscription services company, have announced the launch of the 2010 ALPSP Learned Journals Collection (ALJC).

Posted Aug 11, 2009

Financial information service Edgar Online has hired investment bank Jordan, Edmiston Group in an effort to boost its strategic investment potential, www.paidcontent.org reports.

Posted Aug 07, 2009

AdisOnline, Wolters Kluwer Health's online journal delivery system, has gotten an upgrade, including a variety of new features to keep healthcare professionals up to speed on the latest news on drug development and therapy.

Posted Jul 31, 2009

Serials Solutions' e-resource assessment service, 360 Counter, has undergone a makeover that increases clients' ability to report cost-per-use better and allows librarians to build and save reports.

Posted Jul 31, 2009

Online database company EBSCO Publishing has thrown the over-55 crowd a bone with its acquisition of the AgeLine database from AARP.

Posted Jul 31, 2009

Q-Sensei has expanded its offerings to include the PubMed Service from the National Library of Medicine (NLM).

Posted Jul 28, 2009

Swets, a subscription services company, announced the launch of its eDeal Renewal Service.

Posted Jul 28, 2009

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