From an EBSCO blog post:
Recent Content Additions to EBSCO Discovery Service:
ASM Medical Materials Database
Published by ASM International, ASM Medical Materials Database is the only comprehensive, peer-reviewed database providing a single source for materials data to support medical device design. The database features both materials properties and biological response data for medical device designers. All EDS customers may search ASM Medical Materials Database metadata in EDS, but only subscribers can access the full text on the ASM platform.
ASM Micrograph Database
Published by ASM International, ASM Micrograph Database is an online collection of more than 4,000 micrograph images and associated data. Data includes material designation and composition, processing and service history, metallographic preparation, magnification and more. All EDS customers may search ASM Micrograph Database metadata in EDS, but only subscribers can access the images and full text on the ASM platform. Continue reading New database content added to EBSCO EDS
With EBSCO Discovery Service (EDS) the highest quality information resources are available at your fingertips. To improve your experience with EDS, new content is regularly made available from the world’s top publishers.
Here are 3 new resources we’ve addedÂ to EBSCO Discovery Service:
1. Boardroom Insiders Â
Boardroom Insiders provides more than 6,000 profiles of Câ€level executives at major companies nationwide, as well as consulting services around key account marketing and CXO engagement strategy. Boardroom Insiders helps patrons start the right conversations with the right people to close more deals and build deeper relationships. All customers may search Boardroom Insiders metadata in EDS, but only subscribers have full access to their platform.
Continue reading EBSCO Discovery Service adds new resources
This partnership benefits many corporations and others with the Infotrieve Mobile Library service.Â More from the press release below.
~Mutual Customers Now Able to Combine Discovery with Content Management Allowing Corporations to Find and Procure Content within One Platform~
IPSWICH, Mass. and WILTON, Conn. â€” June 3, 2014 â€”EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO) and Infotrieve Inc. have partnered to allow mutual customers to combine their search, content access, Continue reading EBSCO and Infotrieve partner for mobile search and content delivery
Earlier this month, EBSCO added new Japanese language content to the EBSCO Discovery Service.Â See the press release below for more details.
IPSWICH, Mass. â€” August 6, 2013 â€” EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO) and NetAdvance today have announced an agreement allowing metadata from NetAdvanceâ€™s JapanKnowledge collection to be added to EBSCO Discovery Serviceâ„¢ (EDS) â€” providing unparalleled access to world-renowned content in all subject areas, for researchers at every level.
The content from JapanKnowledge includes an extensive collection of Japanese-language content geared for educational institutions, researchers and businesses. The metadata offers Japanese language dictionaries (Japanese, English-Japanese, Japanese-English and English-English), two dictionaries of current words, a dictionary of scientific terms as well as a biographical dictionary. The content also includes a 30-volume encyclopedia, the Kodansha Encyclopedia of Japan (the largest encyclopedia in English about Japan), a news database that covers Asia and the European Union, full-text books, a database of video recordings from 1908-2005 and a database of dissertations from the humanities departments of six universities in Japan. Continue reading EBSCO Discovery Service adds Japanese language metadata from NetAdvance
Big news today from EBSCO.Â They will begin to index the metadata from Gale databases, ebooks, and archival collections.Â More information, including the full list of Gale resources included in the agreement, is below.Â Gale announced a similar partnership with OCLC for WorldShare program in January of this year.
IPSWICH, Mass. / BIRMINGHAM, Ala.Â â€” May 28, 2013 â€” EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO) and Gale, part of Cengage Learning, have agreed to make Gale databases and archives discoverable through EBSCO Discovery Serviceâ„¢ (EDS). The agreement allows EBSCO to index Gale metadata and make it discoverable for mutual customers through EBSCO Discovery Service. Continue reading Gale metadata to be indexed in EBSCO Discovery Service
Discovery tools are continuing to grow by adding unique resources from publishers.Â EBSCO is announcing an extended partnership with Oxford University Press to add University Press Scholarship Online and the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography to the EDS.
IPSWICH, Mass. â€” March 5, 2013 â€” EBSCO Publishing (EBSCO) and Oxford University Press (OUP) have extended their partnership enabling two additional authoritative resources from OUP, University Press Scholarship Online and Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, to be searchable within EBSCO Discovery Serviceâ„¢ (EDS). Oxford University Press is the world’s largest university press offering content in more than 40 languages for audiences from pre-school to secondary level schoolchildren; students to academics; general readers to researchers; individuals to institutions. Continue reading EBSCO’s EDS to index OUP’s UPSO and DNB resources
From a Feb. 14th EBSCO press release:Â A new partnership between EBSCO Publishing (EBSCO) and Oriprobe Information Services Inc. will allow content from China/Asia On Demand (CAOD) to be accessible within EBSCO Discovery Serviceâ„¢ (EDS). The agreement allows for metadata from this valuable collection of research literature from Asia to be added to the Base Index of EDS. The EDS Base Index represents content from approximately 20,000 providers (and growing) in addition to metadata from another 70,000 book publishers, representing far more content providers and publishers than any other discovery service. Continue reading EBSCO Discovery Service adds China/Asia On Demand content
Discovery services continue to add full text content.Â Two press releases this week announced that HathiTrust Digital Library content is now searchable through the EBSCO and OCLC WorldCat discovery services. Below are some snippets from each press release:
EBSCO: HathiTrust includes the digitized collections of more than 50 major research institutions and libraries. The HathiTrust Digital Library combines the resources of the partner institutions in order to preserve these vast digital collections. A large portion of the digital library is made up of books that have been digitized in agreement with Google Books. Additional content includes digitized content from partners including university presses and individual libraryâ€™s collections.Â The enormity of HathiTrustâ€™s digitized repository significantly expands the search experience for discovery users. Although HathiTrust offers a standalone search service, through EBSCO Discovery Service, users will soon be able to search HathiTrustâ€™s collection of over 8.5 million digitalized volumes including over 9.5 million volumes, including more than five million book titles and 250,000 serial titles as part of EDS. Enabling the search of full text as part of EDS revitalizes these records by bringing them to the forefront of the userâ€™s search experience and allows them to discover more of the libraryâ€™s collection.
OCLC:Â Under this new agreement, OCLC will be able to integrate the full-text index of HathiTrust collections into services such as WorldCat.org and WorldCat Local. Following integration of the full-text index, users will be able to search beyond bibliographic records to include the full text of these cooperatively built library collections in their searches.
Content from the HathiTrust Digital Library complements member librariesâ€™ collections already in WorldCat. Through a single search of WorldCat.org or WorldCat Local, users will easily find HathiTrust resources and other materials available in their own collections, and in the collections of thousands of libraries around the world that are part of the OCLC cooperativ
Discovery services continue to grow, this time with EBSCO adding over 50,000 Grove Music Online articles to the EDS. More from an EBSCO Press Release: A recent agreement between EBSCO Publishing (EBSCO) and Oxford University Press, Inc. (OUP) allows Grove Music Online to be searchable via EBSCO Discovery Serviceâ„¢ (EDS). Grove Music Online from OUP is one of the leading online resources for music research. This latest addition further expands the vast collection of music content available via EDS.
Covering all aspects of music, Grove Music Online offers more than 50,000 subject articles and biographies contributed by over 6,000 scholars from around the world. Grove Music Online also includes more than 500 audible music examples, annual contemporary composers update, composer work lists and timelines as well as topical guides to be used as study tools for teachers and students.
Grove Music Online adds to the growing collection of music resources available via EDS. Additional music resources available to mutual customers include Naxos Music Library, The Music Index, RILM, RIPM, RISM, and Index to Printed Music.
Another discover service has secured the Elsevier ScienceDirect content, this time EBSCO Publishing’s Discovery Service.Â Great to see this cooperation to provide library content in a centralized discovery tool.
More from the press release:Â Full text from SciVerse ScienceDirect is being added to EBSCO Discovery Serviceâ„¢ (EDS) thanks to a new agreement from Elsevier and EBSCO Publishing (EBSCO). ScienceDirect, part of the SciVerse suite of search and discovery products provided by Elsevier, is a leading full-text scientific database with journal articles and book chapters from more than 2,000 peer-reviewed journals and 20,000 books and major reference works. ScienceDirect currently includes more than 10.5 million articles and chapters with nearly 500,000 added every year. Continue reading EBSCO Discovery Service secures Elsevier content
ARTstor images (over one million) will now be searchable in the EDS.Â Great news for the discovery of multiple information formats in one location.
More from the press release:Â The ARTstor Digital Library will be searchable via EBSCO Discovery Serviceâ„¢ (EDS) from EBSCO Publishing (EBSCO) allowing mutual customers to use EDS to explore even more of a libraryâ€™s collection. The agreement between ARTstor and EBSCO increases the value to ARTstor subscribers using EDS since end users will be able to search ARTstor Digital Library collectionsâ€”over one million imagesâ€”alongside their libraryâ€™s entire print and electronic collection.
The ARTstor Digital Library serves as a curated, aggregated, and reliable online image resource that supports non-commercial educational use of images for research, teaching, and learning. The resource comprises hundreds of collections from museums, photo archives, photographers, scholars, artists, artistsâ€™ estates, and libraries. Today, ARTstor serves more than 1,300 institutions in 42 countries. Continue reading EBSCO Discovery Service indexing ARTstor
From an EBSCO Publishing Press Release:Â Ipswich, MA (PRWEB) June 02, 2011
EBSCO Publishing (EBSCO) and The H.W. Wilson Company (Wilson) have merged in what is being viewed by the companies as an ideal match. This combination of organizations will allow the strengths of each to benefit existing and forthcoming products & services.
With 180 combined years of experience serving libraries, EBSCO and Wilson have traveled similar paths, but have maintained unique advantages and abilities. Libraries using products from either company will benefit as improvements are made to the respective resources. Wilson database products are known for their quality indexing. The Wilson subject thesaurus and Wilson â€œnamesâ€ authority file are largely considered the best of their kind, and the WilsonWeb platform systematically leverages this valuable indexing within its searching to provide high quality, relevant results to end users. The Wilson controlled vocabularies will be integrated into EBSCOâ€™s controlled vocabularies, resulting in improved subject indexing for EBSCO databases. The EBSCOhostÂ® platform will be enhanced to take advantage of this indexing in its search and relevancy ranking algorithms. Continue reading EBSCO and H.W. Wilson Merger
From an EBSCO press release:Â A recent agreement between EBSCO Publishing (EBSCO) and World Book, Inc. (World Book) will bring twelve popular reference tools into EBSCO Discovery Serviceâ„¢ (EDS). Metadata, including full-text searching, for World Book resources will be added to the EDS Base Index allowing the World Book content to better impact searching through the EDS single search interface. The twelve World Book resources that will be searchable in EDS include popular English language titles as well as French and Spanish language reference tools.
The titles include:Â World Book Kids, World Book Student, World Book Advanced, World Book Discoverer, World Book Online for Kids, World Book Online Info Finder, World Book Online Reference Center, Living Green, Early People, Inventions & Discoveries as well as the French and Spanish language reference tools, L’Encyclopedie Decoverte & Enciclopedia Estudantil Hallazagos Continue reading World Book content searchable on EBSCO Discovery Service
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
From an email I received, also linked on PR Web:
EBSCO Publishing (EBSCO) and Credo Reference, the online reference service, have extended their partnership allowing the reference content from Credo Reference to be discoverable within EBSCO Discovery Serviceâ„¢ (EDS). Metadata from Credo General Reference, Credo Topic Pages and Publisher Collections will be added to the EDS Base Index. The addition of this rich and extensive content will impact searchers using the EDS single search interface by providing reference content and overviews of top research topics within discovery. Continue reading Credo Reference Content now Discoverable in EBSCO Discovery Service
Against the Grain, the premier journal dedicated to linking librarians, publishers, and vendors, is excited to announce new content on their ATG NewsChannel Website.
MultiGrain: Conversations Linking Librarians, Publishers, Vendors and Others, will featureÂ ongoing discussions with a forum for conversations and debates online about the issues that impact us all day-to-day.Â The first topic was “PDA and Stewardship: Are They Compatible?” with Rick Anderson (University of Utah) and Brian Schottlaender (University of California San Diego).Â Continue reading Against the Grain Announces “MultiGrain,” conversations linking librarians, publishers, vendors, and others
Peter McCracken, librarian and founder of Serials Solutions, has a new hobby – ships.Â His site, ShipIndex.org, helps people do research on hundreds of thousands of specific vessels. With over 1.5 million citations in it, the site tells you what books, journals, CD-ROMs, websites, databases, and other sources mention particular ships. It includes vessels mentioned in references sources like the Oxford Encyclopedia of Maritime History (a 2008 Dartmouth Award Winner), Naval Warfare: An International Encyclopedia, and others. It currently includes the contents from about 170 books, and whenever possible, it links to an electronic version of those books via Google Books. The team is working with several online reference publishers to incorporate links between their products, helping people discover references to ships in online databases, and helping people working in online databases to learn more about the ships mentioned there. Continue reading eBooks and Maritime History – see and hear it at ALAMW
From an OCLC Press Release: Â OCLC and EBSCO Publishing (EBSCO) have expanded their partnership to enhance the discovery experience for users of WorldCat Local and the EBSCO Discovery Service through an expanded data exchange agreement. The new agreement will create more value for libraries that subscribe to services from OCLC and EBSCO.
WorldCat Local libraries that subscribe to EBSCOhost full-text databases will continue to be able to discover EBSCO records and access associated full-text content through the WorldCat Local interface. The new agreement will improve access to these databases by removing the requirement for users of WorldCat Local to authenticate before searching the metadata for EBSCO databases to which their library subscribes (users will continue to be required to authenticate before accessing full text). Continue reading OCLC and EBSCO Partner to Enhance Discovery