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New Features Added to Congress.gov
31st July 2015

From Library of Congress blog: Since the unveiling of Congress.gov in September of 2012, we have been constantly adding new features with each ...

Yahoo Introduces Livetext
31st July 2015

From Yahoo Tumblr: We’re introducing Yahoo Livetext - a new way to communicate that blends the immediacy, simplicity and ease of texting ...

Associated Press Footage Now Available on YouTube
28th July 2015

From AP: The Associated Press and British Movietone, one of the world's most comprehensive newsreel archives, are together bringing more than 1 ...

Copyright Clearance Center Adds Producers to Motion Picture License
24th July 2015

From Copyright Clearance Center: Copyright Clearance Center, Inc. (CCC), a global licensing and content solutions organization, has announced the ...

Google Updates Patent Search Engine
23rd July 2015

From TechCrunch: The first of these is a single search interface, where Google will integrate both searches for patents as well as prior art ...

Twitter Introduces Online Safety Center
22nd July 2015

From Twitter: The Safety Center is a resource for anyone to learn about online safety, on Twitter and beyond. This resource is a result of our ...

Emerald Launches Green Open Access for LIS Journals
16th July 2015

From Emerald Group Publishing: Emerald made the decision to trial the zero month embargo period following consultation with its newly formed ...

Wikipedia Health Editors Collaborate with EBSCO Health
14th July 2015

From EBSCO: Wikipedia’s top healthcare editors will be given complimentary access to DynaMed Plus to assist in content generation, ...

National Library of Medicine Adds Early English Books to Digital Collection
14th July 2015

From U.S. National Library of Medicine: The National Library of Medicine (NLM) announces the release through its Digital Collections of ...

APA E-Books Now Available Through EBSCO
6th July 2015

From EBSCO: At launch, 300 scholarly and professional titles from the APA are accessible through EBSCO eBooks. The content covers a wide-range of ...


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