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Ex Libris Group, a provider of automation solutions for academic, national, and research libraries, announced a new Web 2.0 recommender service.

Posted Jan 23, 2009

An idea that has been years in the making will finally come to fruition at the ALA Midwinter Conference, Jan. 23-26, in Denver. A new, online open access journal called Collaborative Librarianship will see its inaugural issue be released to the public at the conference; and it should be no surprise that working together is at the heart of this project.

Posted Jan 23, 2009

The French search company Exalead has long maintained a reputation for the scalability of its OEM solutions. With the Jan. 26 release of the 5.0 version of its CloudView OEM Edition, the company has once again aimed to make strides in this area in order to enable organizations large and small to manage their information more effectively.

Posted Jan 21, 2009

Technology providers who not only recognize the necessity and difficulty of the local and global content marketplace, but are there to help: From analytics to location awareness, content management to translation management, translation services to language specific search solutions, there are a range of solutions that will enable organizations to adapt to the needs of the new consumer.

Posted Jan 20, 2009

Readex will begin providing online access to Foreign Broadcast Information Service (FBIS) Daily Reports published between 1941 and 1974.

Posted Jan 20, 2009

The Scientific business of Thomson Reuters announced that EndNote X2 for Mac now integrates with Pages '09, the word-processing application in Apple's office productivity suite.

Posted Jan 20, 2009

SirsiDynix, a provider of library automation technology, released Enterprise 2.0, a search solution.

Posted Jan 20, 2009

Serial Solutions, a provider of E-Resource Access and Management Services (ERAMS), announced the release of The Summon unified discovery service.

Posted Jan 20, 2009

Swets, a subscription services company, will pre-launch the new SwetsWise Selection Support module at the ALA Midwinter Conference, in Denver, CO, January 23-26, 2009.

Posted Jan 16, 2009

ProQuest has launched a change to the eLibrary research database. Available now, the new eLibrary will offer editorially selected results.

Posted Jan 13, 2009

OCLC and Atlas Systems, creator of ILLiad and Odyssey resource sharing management software, have signed an agreement that enables OCLC to continue to support ILLiad and Odyssey and, in partnership with Atlas Systems, to integrate the software more fully into OCLC delivery services in the coming years.

Posted Jan 13, 2009

The American Academy of Arts and Sciences announced the Humanities Indicators, a prototype set of statistical data about the humanities in the United States.

Posted Jan 09, 2009

Hoover's, Inc. and its parent company D&B, a provider of global business information, tools, and commercial insight, launched a new mobile product line.

Posted Jan 09, 2009

Dow Jones, a News Corporation company and provider of global business news and information services, announced it has acquired the database assets of The Library House Ltd., a Cambridge, U.K.-based provider of data on emerging private companies in Europe.

Posted Jan 09, 2009

In 2009 EBSCO Publishing (EBSCO) will release three historical digital archive collections that require new ways to view digitized content and a new EBSCOhost Content Viewer that will enable researchers to navigate this new historical content.

Posted Jan 06, 2009

Amazon.com, Inc. announced it will offer customers the ability to instantly purchase, rent, and watch digital movies and TV episodes from its popular video service, Amazon Video On Demand, via the Roku Digital Video Player.

Posted Jan 06, 2009

Serials Solutions, a provider of E-Resource Access and Management Services (ERAMS), announced the release of Serials Solutions 360 Resource Manager Consortium Edition, a new e-resource management service for consortia, groups, and their member libraries.

Posted Dec 30, 2008

Oxford University Press announced that from December 22nd its journals and many online products can be accessed using Shibboleth by subscribing institutions who are members of the UK Access Management Federation.

Posted Dec 23, 2008

BCR, BiblioLife, and Ingram Digital announced a new program designed to help libraries improve access to their collections through digitization.

Posted Dec 19, 2008

ticTOCs is a new scholarly journal tables of contents (TOCs) service.

Posted Dec 19, 2008

Tagged Inc., a social discovery site, announced the company has raised $5 million in venture debt.

Posted Dec 19, 2008

Blockbuster audiobook titles from Simon & Schuster can now be added to OverDrive-powered download library collections.

Posted Dec 16, 2008

The National Library of Israel and OCLC, a nonprofit library service and research organization, have completed a pilot project that has resulted in the addition of more than 788,000 new bibliographic records and 1.1 million holdings from the national library to WorldCat.

Posted Dec 16, 2008

Lippincott Williams and Wilkins (LWW), announced the launch of myLWW, a new interface that integrates medical journal content and rich media to enable collaboration and sharing among medical professionals.

Posted Dec 16, 2008

SirsiDynix, a provider of library automation, announced a partnership with ChiliFresh, offering libraries and patrons a way to create and read reader reviews, with complete customization abilities for libraries.

Posted Dec 16, 2008

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