IPSWICH, Mass. â€” August 21, 2014 â€”EBSCO Information Services announces the release of 12 new EBSCO eBookâ„¢ Subject Sets, which increases the total number to more than 200. The Subject Sets are offered to libraries in convenient collections grouped by subject matter. Continue reading EBSCO releases 12 new eBook subject sets
IPSWICH, Mass. â€” July 31, 2014 â€” Popular fiction and non-fiction e-books published by Hachette Book Group are now available from EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO). Hachette, a â€œBig 5â€ trade and educational publisher, has partnered with EBSCO to give customers of EBSCO eBooksâ„¢ access to titles from authors like David Baldacci, Michael Connelly, Elin Hilderbrand, Anne River Siddons and more.
IPSWICH, Mass. â€” July 15, 2014 â€”EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO) and The Emirates Center for Strategic Studies and Research (ECSSR) have partnered to make ECSSR titles more accessible for academic users as well as public library users looking for Arabic and English publications covering various political, economic, social and informational fields. The ECSSR titles are being made available via the EBSCO eBooksâ„¢ platform, allowing users to purchase complete e-book versions of titles from the publisher. Continue reading EBSCO ebooks adds arabic titles from the Emirates Center for Strategic Studies and Research
NASHVILLE, TN â€“ Ingram Content Group Inc. today announced enhancements to its widely-adopted ipageÂ® search and order content platform including new functionality that makes searching, selecting and ordering materials easy for academic libraries worldwide.
â€œIngram is devoted to helping academic libraries find relevant content for their important customers,â€ said Shawn Everson, Chief Commercial Officer, Ingram Content Group. â€œIâ€™m confident that our enhanced ipage platform will improve the experience of our users, and give them tools to more easily find and purchase content to meet the complex needs of their patrons.â€ Continue reading Ingram enhances ipage search and order platform
June 16, 2014 â€“ Mountain View, CA â€“ProQuest has added more than 1,650 ebook titles from renowned publishers Wiley and Wolters Kluwer Health to Academic CompleteÂ®, the flagship ebook database from ebraryÂ®. The new content will improve research outcomes, while a new enhancement for the database â€“ the popular LibraryThing for Librariesâ„¢ Book Display Widget — will enable libraries to easily display the titles visually for better discoverability and usage. Continue reading New content, LibraryThing for Libraries widget added to ebrary
EBSCO announced earlier this week that Random House titles (52,000) are now available to be requested through GOBI.Â A short announcement and video are available here.
Knowledge Unlatched released a pilot progress report summary today.Â It is available for download.Â Some highlights of the report are listed below.
1.Â The model is cost-effective and financially viable:
“The Pilot established that authors, librarians, publishers and research funders are all willing to engage with the basic KU model. It also demonstrated that the model is cost-effective for scholarly communities and financially viable for publishers. 297 libraries from 24 countries signed up for the Pilot Collection, exceeding the original target by almost 50%. This reduced the cost for every library Continue reading Knowledge Unlatched pilot project report available
Just received an email from Valerie Yaw at JSTOR with great news for libraries using GOBI.Â You can now purchase JSTOR ebooks through GOBI.Â Valerie said that both a single-user model and unlimited-user model (available for 60% of titles) are available through GOBI.Â The unlimited-user model offers unlimited simultaneous use, unlimited DRM-free chapter downloads, and unlimited printing and copy/paste.Â Libraries will need to sign JSTORâ€™s participation agreement for Books, available on their website here: http://about.jstor.org/agreements-riders.Â They offer tiered savings to libraries, and once they have an agreement on file, the library will see pricing in GOBI that reflects their savings level.Â Continue reading Books at JSTOR titles now available via GOBI
Scholastic today announced the launch of StoriaÂ® School Edition, a subscription-based ebook solution for Pre-K through Grade 6, for group and individual classroom reading, and Core Clicksâ„¢, a web-based instructional program for Kindergarten through Grade 5 that supports content area reading in social studies and science. Continue reading Scholastic launches ebook subscription service in schools
This new service looks really exciting. A very practical way to use circulation data to determine the selection of forthcoming titles for specific library locations.Â I think we will see much more evidence-based selection in the future.Â
CHARLOTTE, N.C., March 19, 2014 â€“ Baker & Taylor, the premier worldwide distributor of digital and print books and entertainment products, announced today a new service backed by collectionHQâ€™s data: ESP â€“ Evidence-based Selection Planning.Â Continue reading Baker & Taylor announce new evidence-based selection planning