Paratext announced another new enhancement to the Reference Universe service, namely, youâ€™ll now find your libraryâ€™s e-reference collections more clearly branded within your libraryâ€™s Reference Universe query, making it easier for you to focus in on the resources you value the most.
In addition to showing your entire collection in a single viewâ€“ebook as well as printâ€“Reference Universe now displays your ebooks based on specific collections, e.g. Oxfordâ€™s Digital Reference Shelf; Galeâ€™s Virtual Reference Library; Oxford Reference Online; SpringerLink; Wiley; Blackwell Reference Online; CQ Researcher; CREDO Reference; etc.
This new display feature will considerably increase the visibility and awareness of these valuable e-resources, helping both improve your patronsâ€™ research experience and ensure that you get the most out of your e-reference subscriptions.
From a Paratext Press Release:
Blackwell Reference Online Now Accessible through Reference Universe
AUSTIN, Texas (February 11, 2010)-Paratext announces the addition of links to 450 e-titles within Blackwell Reference Online from the Reference Universe platform.
Blackwell Reference Online brings together Wiley–Blackwell’s critically acclaimed Blackwell Companions and Handbooks, as well as major encyclopedias, including the Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology and the International Encyclopedia of Communication. Continue reading Blackwell Reference Online Now Accessible through Reference Universe
Portal on all things ebooks and econtent and for all reading, writing, publishing, curating, and distributing books and other content in digital format, including publishers, librarians, content developers, distributors, retailers, and educators. Managed and edited by Mirela Roncevic, with contributions from professionals and thought leaders in the United States and around the world.