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
Excited to see that OUP is working with iFactory, and their new platform, PubFactory.Â I haven’t seen PubFactory since beta, so I’m anxious to try it out.Â Am hoping to get a grand tour via webinar this month, so look for an informal PubFactory review on NSR soon.Â Â Here’s the press release:
iFactory chosen for superior fusion of design and technology,
continues long-standing relationship with OUP
BOSTON â€“ January 14, 2010 â€” iFactory, an award-winning web design and development firm, today announced that Oxford University Press (OUP) has chosen iFactoryâ€™s new online publishing development platform, PubFactory, to develop Oxford Dictionaries Online, a new global modern English dictionary and language reference service. OUP, a major provider of online reference and scholarly content to libraries, turned to iFactory for this project because of its unique focus on design and custom development capabilities.
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