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Bureau van Dijk Electronic Publishing (BvDEP), a business information publisher, will shortly offer the option of accessing the ORBIS company database under its MINT interface, which is aimed specifically at end-users and company-wide desktop access.

Posted Nov 29, 2005

FIZ Karlsruhe has launched a new version of its automatic broker service for document delivery, FIZ AutoDoc.

Posted Nov 29, 2005

Ingenta, a technology and services provider for the publishing and information industries, has launched IngentaConnect Complete, a new service designed to provide libraries with a branded view on to the IngentaConnect research service.

Posted Nov 29, 2005

LexisNexis, a provider of legal, news, and business information services, will become the exclusive distributor of enterprise subscriptions to The Wall Street Journal Online to law firms in North America.

Posted Nov 22, 2005

Dialog, a Thomson business, has announced that it is offering its Dialog Choice pricing plan, featuring unlimited access to research databases at fixed annual rates, to academic institutions worldwide.

Posted Nov 15, 2005

RLG, a not-for-profit organization of over 150 research libraries, archives, and museums has announced a partnership with LookSmart, an online media and technology company specializing in vertical search.

Posted Nov 15, 2005

EBSCO Publishing has announced the availability of the Hospitality & Tourism Index with Full Text via EBSCOhost.

Posted Nov 11, 2005

LexisNexis U.S., a provider of legal, news, business information, and risk management services, has announced the release of Accurint Health Care.

Posted Nov 11, 2005

Thomson Gale, part of The Thomson Corporation, recently added more than 40 new periodicals to its Biography Resource Center, bringing the total number of magazines and journals in the database to nearly 300.

Posted Nov 04, 2005

ProQuest Information and Learning has announced the sale of its periodical microfilm business, including the periodical film itself, to National Archive Publishing Company (NAPC), an Ann Arbor-based company established by former ProQuest executives.

Posted Nov 04, 2005

EBSCO has successfully tested the ONIX for Serials Online Holdings (SOH) format for communicating detailed holdings information between systems.

Posted Nov 01, 2005

askSam Systems has released a free, searchable eBook containing the text of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet.

Posted Oct 28, 2005

LexisNexis U.S., a provider of legal, news, business information, and risk management services, has announced the release of LexisNexis Business InstantID.

Posted Oct 25, 2005

Baker & Taylor, a distributor of books and audio-visual materials and provider of library services, and OCLC Online Computer Library Center, a library cooperative, have announced a partnership that will offer OCLC cataloging records to subscribers who receive books and audio-visual materials from the Baker & Taylor family of companies.

Posted Oct 18, 2005

ProQuest Information and Learning has expanded content in its online service History Study Center with 11 new periodicals in its Journal Library, eight new Study Units and expanded and revised content in the product's 500 other Study Units.

Posted Oct 14, 2005

LexisNexis, a l provider of legal, news, business information and risk management services, announces the addition of a powerful new search capability for its Anti-Money Laundering, Risk Management, and RiskWise applications

Posted Oct 14, 2005

PAIS Archive is now available through the CSA Illumina platform.

Posted Oct 11, 2005

Content aggregator Dialog, a Thomson business, has announced that it is now offering Alerts subscriptions to the CSA research databases for its customers in the corporate and government markets.

Posted Oct 07, 2005

WilsonWeb users gathering research data can now receive new information via email as it becomes available.

Posted Oct 04, 2005

The peer-review process is part of the foundation on which academic publishing was built, and while Open Source publishing models are emerging along with alternative outlets for scholarly publication, it remains the most respected method for assessing the quality of published works. Venerable publisher Elsevier is no stranger to the traditions of scientific, medical, and technical publishing, but has not shied away from leveraging digital delivery options for its works. In November of last year, the company launched its Scopus project, which is a multidisciplinary navigation tool that contains records dating back to the mid 1960s.

Posted Oct 04, 2005

ProQuest Information and Learning has announced it will use the MyiLibrary platform to distribute more than 2000 medical and health ebooks worldwide.

Posted Sep 30, 2005

PsycBOOKS, published by the American Psychological Association (APA), is now available through the CSA Illumina platform.

Posted Sep 30, 2005

LexisNexis, a provider of legal, news, business information, and risk management services, has announced that it has upgraded Accurint LE Plus, its analytical client application, to enable law enforcement analysts to search, locate, and map addresses for sexual offenders.

Posted Sep 30, 2005

Alacra, Inc., a provider of online business information solutions, announced the addition of Newstex Newsfeeds to its roster of content sources.

Posted Sep 30, 2005

CSA has announced it will implement a number of initiatives in response to the devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina.

Posted Sep 27, 2005

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