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ProQuest's new platform, available in 2010, is expected to transform the company's platforms into one unified search experience.

Posted Jul 07, 2009

Serials Solutions has announced enhanced functionality for the Serials Solutions 360 Core e-resource portal, including a tabbed content view for eBooks subscribers, Library Managed Holdings for eBooks, and Japanese-language title sorting options.

Posted Jul 07, 2009

Comtex News Network, Inc. a provider of economically useful electronic real-time news, content, and proprietary SmarTrend market products, announced that it has expanded the scope and depth of equity market reports within its Market Maven CustomWire.

Posted Jun 30, 2009

Elsevier, a publisher of scientific, technical, and medical information products and services, announced the launch of SciVal Spotlight.

Posted Jun 30, 2009

EBSCO Publishing has launched new display and searching technology designed to improve the user experience.

Posted Jun 30, 2009

Electronic publisher Alexander Street Press and local history book publisher Arcadia Publishing announced the release of Local and Regional History Online: A History of American Life in Images and Texts.

Posted Jun 26, 2009

EMpact Sales, a publisher representation group of EBSCO Information Services and Multi-Science Publishing Co Ltd, has signed an agreement in which EMpact will serve as exclusive sales and marketing representative.

Posted Jun 26, 2009

Swets, a subscription services company, announced the release of SwetsWise 5.3, the latest technical update to its portfolio of products and services.

Posted Jun 26, 2009

Following the completion of the MyCopy pilot project, the publishing group Springer Science+Business Media has extended this eBook service to all academic libraries in the USA and Canada that have purchased Springer eBook Collections.

Posted Jun 23, 2009

Kluwer Law International, a provider of research products and software solutions, now brings a selection of International Encyclopaedia of Laws (IEL) series online.

Posted Jun 19, 2009

The Healthcare & Science business of Thomson Reuters announced that it is joining Research4Life to provide access to critical scientific research. The Healthcare & Science business of Thomson Reuters also released an upgrade to EndNote for Windows, the bibliographic management software used by researchers, librarians, and students.

Posted Jun 19, 2009

EBSCO Publishing, a database aggregator, announced the release of Academic Search R&D (ASR&D), a database of journals, magazines, books, and other content addressing the needs of the corporate research and development community.

Posted Jun 19, 2009

Elsevier announced that its flagship product Scopus, a citation database of peer-reviewed literature, has doubled its current Arts & Humanities (A&H) titles to 3,500, by adding global journals using the European Science Foundation's European Reference Index for Humanities (ERIH).

Posted Jun 16, 2009

Click University, an online learning center of the Special Libraries Association (SLA), will provide members with free access to a special collection of e-reference titles from Credo Reference.

Posted Jun 16, 2009

OCLC and the Bibliotheque nationale de France signed an agreement to work cooperatively to add records from the French national library to OCLC WorldCat, an online resource for finding information in libraries.

Posted Jun 16, 2009

The American Institute of Physics (AIP) announced that online versions of all of its journals will soon reside in the dark archive, CLOCKSS (Controlled Lots of Copies Keep Stuff Safe), a joint venture by libraries and publishers for long-term access to scholarly publications in digital format.

Posted Jun 16, 2009

Elsevier announced a new partnership agreement with NextBio, a provider of a platform that enables life science researchers to search, discover, and share knowledge locked within public and proprietary data for use in ScienceDirect content.

Posted Jun 16, 2009

EBSCO announced a new feature of its A-to-Z listing service, which enables researchers to browse e-journal tables of contents and directly access articles. EBSCO also announced that it has expanded the availability of its newest collection management tool, E-Package Renewals on EBSCONET and has announced a distribution deal making EBSCO the exclusive worldwide distributor of Footnote.com for libraries and institutions.

Posted Jun 16, 2009

SirsiDynix, a provider of library automation technology, announced the release of SirsiDynix Docutek ERes 5.6.

Posted Jun 16, 2009

Alacra announced the release of Alacra Pulse Professional, the premium version of its Alacra Pulse platform.

Posted Jun 16, 2009

CABI has launched a new version of its database platform CAB Direct, incorporating bibliographic databases in life science information--CAB Abstracts and Global Health.

Posted Jun 12, 2009

Accessible Archives, Inc., a publisher of electronic full-text searchable historical databases, has announced the addition of four titles to its Charleston South Carolina Gazette database.

Posted Jun 05, 2009

Swets, a subscription services company, announced it recently signed an agreement with the American Medical Association (AMA) to make several of its publications available through SwetsWise Online Content, an e-journal gateway providing access to a collection of electronic content.

Posted Jun 05, 2009

I am now living through the third wave of arguments for fee-based digital content models in the decade and a half I have covered the internet publishing world. The inevitable response to the dual forces of recessionary ad decline and the more tectonic and irreversible shift to digital has been: "Make 'em pay." Almost everyone on the consumer side of the fence is talking about "hybrid" models and "pay areas." It is hard to listen to such a conversation without someone dropping "the iTunes precedent" as an argument that both micropayment mechanisms and consumer attitudes have turned the corner on this issue. People are ready to underwrite the costly content industry. They see the ugly alternative (bad or shallow content), and they are more willing to put a cash value on digital media now.

Posted Jun 03, 2009

EBSCO Publishing (EBSCO), a provider of online resources for research and corporate learning, announced Learning Centers and Business Basics.

Posted Jun 02, 2009

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