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Latest ResourceBlog items:
Gale Increases STEM Content in Virtual Reference Library
13th October 2014
From Cengage Learning:
New content covering popular healthcare and science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) topics is now available on ...
The National Library of Medicine Joins Flickr Commons
8th October 2014
From Flickr blog:
We are excited to welcome the The National Library of Medicine (NLM), the world’s largest biomedical library, to The ...
Elsevier Adds Five New Subject Areas to Legacy eBook Collection
7th October 2014
The Legacy Collection consists of digitized, classic scholarly book content, now including nearly 13,000 books. The new subject ...
Congress.gov is Out of Beta with New Features
29th September 2014
From the Library of Congress:
The site now includes the following:
New Feature: Congress.gov Resources
A new resources section providing an A ...
Springer Adds Business Journals and Book Series to Portfolio
27th September 2014
Springer has finalized two deals with the Eurasia Business and Economics Society (EBES) to publish their official journals, ...
Bing to Introduce Enhanced Image Search Experience
22nd September 2014
From Bing blogs:
The new experience is visually rich and adapts based on your query, resolution and interaction. It looks great across devices, ...
Items from the U.S. Government Printing Office Now Discoverable in DPLA
19th September 2014
From Digital Public Library of America:
More than 148,000 items from the Government Printing Office’s (GPO) Catalog of U.S. Government ...
Medical Heritage Library Now Available in DPLA
16th September 2014
The MHL, a specialized research collection stored in the Internet Archive, currently includes nearly 60,000 digital rare books, ...
Cambridge University Press Launches Archive Editions Online
15th September 2014
From the press release:
Over the past six months since the agreement was signed between Cambridge University Press and East View Information ...
EBSCO Adds Forbes and Bloomberg Businessweek to Magazine Archives
11th September 2014
From the press release:
Libraries can own the 20th century collections of two of the leading business magazines now that the complete backfiles ...
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"... a virtual information bonanza..."