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PLOS Releases Progress Update
18th September 2015

From PLOS: This year topics include: Transparent and Continual Assessment Advances Science One PLOS Many Communities Metrics Enhancements ...

ProQuest Collaborates with Elsevier and Philosophers Information Center to Improve Discovery and Access of Dissertations
16th September 2015

From ProQuest: ProQuest is teaming with a variety of other information providers to improve ease of access to dissertations and theses ...

OCLC Launching Linked Data Pilot at Libraries
15th September 2015

From OCLC: The Person Entity Lookup pilot will help library professionals reduce redundant data by linking related sets of person identifiers and ...

Taylor & Francis Online Announces Enhancements to Reader Experience
15th September 2015

From Taylor & Francis Group: Taylor & Francis Online announces a range of developments to enhance readers’ and researchers’ ...

EBSCO and BibLibre Collaborate on Open Source Software
15th September 2015

From BibLibre: BibLibre provides Open Source software and services to both large and small scale libraries in France and across Europe. With over ...

SAGE Launches Business Statistical Database
11th September 2015

From SAGE: SAGE is proud to release a collection of more than 4,000 statistical data series for students and researchers working on business plan ...

Digital Public Library of America Releases Details on 2016 Conference
11th September 2015

From DPLA: We’re thrilled to announce that DPLAfest 2016—the third annual celebration of DPLA and its broad community—will take ...

New Paywall for Time Magazine Online
8th September 2015

From Time: We hope you enjoy all the journalism created by our editors and reporters. Great journalism has great value, and it costs money to make ...

ProQuest Launches Database of Early European Books
8th September 2015

From ProQuest: ProQuest has further enhanced access to research this summer with the launch of the next database of Early European Books (EEB) ...

Digital Public Library of America Adds Four Service Hubs
1st September 2015

From DPLA: The Digital Public Library of America is pleased to announce the addition of four Service Hubs that will be joining our Hub ...

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