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Illustrated London News Ltd Launches Online Wartime Archive
17th August 2014

From First World War Centenary: Illustrated London News Ltd (ILN) has launched a website featuring 1914-1918 archive material from the Illustrated ...

Bing Introduces Conversation-Style Search Results
14th August 2014

From Bing blogs: For all kinds of searches, Bing lets you ask a question the way you would ask a friend. For example, “who is the President ...

Project MUSE Announces New 2015 Titles
8th August 2014

From Project MUSE: Project MUSE is pleased to announce that 11 new titles have been confirmed to join MUSE in 2015. MUSE expects to announce ...

Hachette eBooks Now Available Through EBSCO
1st August 2014

From EBSCO: The e-books from Hachette Book Group are now part of the more than 600,000 e-books available from EBSCO eBooks. The partnership will ...

Yahoo Launches Finance Contributors Network
30th July 2014

From Yahoo Finance: We are pleased to announce the launch of Yahoo Finance Contributors - a finance-focused and socially driven network where ...

Flickr to Offer Licensing Service for Photographers
30th July 2014

From Flickr blog: Flickr’s talented community is what makes our site such a great place for photography, and we believe there are tremendous ...

UK Medical Heritage Library Project Adds Library Partners
30th July 2014

From Wellcome Library: We are excited to welcome nine UK research library partners to the UK Medical Heritage Library project. These libraries ...

Brill Launches New Suite of Open Access Journals
30th July 2014

From Brill: In the Brill Open program we are now announcing the launch of four new full Open Access journals in the following disciplines: ...

Macmillan Publishers Broadens E-Lending Pilot Program
29th July 2014

From MacMillan:  Macmillan Publishers will be adding its full collection of frontlist eBooks to their public library e-lending pilot, ...

FamilySearch Adds Over 1 Million International Indexed Records and Images
28th July 2014

From FamilySearch blog: FamilySearch has added more than 1.7 million indexed records and images to collections from Canada, Croatia, Peru, Poland, ...

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