IPSWICH, Mass. â€” September 2, 2014 â€” Healthcare professionals will be able to access information about the latest and most complete oncology guidelines available at the point of care following an agreement between EBSCO Health and the National Comprehensive Cancer NetworkÂ® (NCCNÂ®). Information from NCCN will be summarized along with other evidence and guidelines in the content available from the clinical reference tool DynaMedâ„¢.Â Continue reading Clinical reference tool, DynaMed, to utilize information from the National Comprehensive Cancer Network
I received an email today from Kathleen McEvoy at EBSCO Publishing.Â They are beginning to release mobile applications, the first for the iOS.Â eBook reading applications will follow (see last line below). More information is also available in the press release.
From the email: The new iPhone app is available free from the iTunes App Store and provides easy authentication for users via a libraryâ€™s EBSCOhost profile.
The iPhone app introduces new features including the ability to view content in visual landscape mode and the option to save articles and PDF full-text content on the device for offline viewing. The app also includes existing EBSCOhost features such as limiting to full text, date ranges, peer-reviewed content or by publication. Continue reading EBSCO Publishing launches mobile applications
A year after acquiring NetLibraryâ„¢ from OCLC,Â EBSCO Publishing (EBSCO) is releasing a preview ofÂ eBooks on EBSCOhostÂ®. The preview will allow librarians and end users to see how their libraryâ€™s collection of eBook titles from EBSCO/NetLibrary is being integrated into EBSCOhost, allowing for a more comprehensive and powerful search experience. Current customers will be able to explore their own eBook collections on EBSCOhost. The preview is designed to showcase the look and feel ofÂ eBooks on EBSCOhost and provide a live environment for librarians and users to test and trial the functionality. Continue reading EBooks on EBSCOhost preview available
EBSCO Publishingâ€”The First Aggregator to Implement Ringgold Identifier
~Ringgold Identifier to Provide Timely Information for Usage Reports ~
IPSWICH, Mass. â€” December 1, 2009 â€”A new agreement between EBSCO Publishing (EBSCO) and Ringgold announces the implementation of the Ringgold Institutional Identifier within EBSCOhostÂ® databasesâ€”supplying the Identifier to publishers with their usage reports. By implementing the Ringgold Identifier, EBSCO will be able to provide their publisher clients with accurate and timely reporting, and immediate integration of this information into their internal systems.
Continue reading EBSCO implements Ringgold Identifier (for usage reports on e-resources)