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OCLC Research Releases Report on Archives and Special Collections
26th May 2015

From OCLC Research: Making Archival and Special Collections More Accessible represents the efforts of OCLC Research over the last seven years to ...

Nature Publishing Group Launches New Journals
26th May 2015

From the press release: Three new titles will join the Nature family of journals in January 2016: Nature Energy, Nature Microbiology and Nature ...

Tweets Now Appear in Google Search Results
21st May 2015

From Twitter blog: U.S. users searching in English will see relevant Tweets in their search results within the Google app (iOS and Android) and ...

Rare Book School Lectures Available Online
18th May 2015

From Rare Book School: We are very pleased to announce that audio recordings of more than 100 Book Arts Press/Rare Book School lectures from the ...

Wolfram Launches Image Identification Project
17th May 2015

From Stephen Wolfram blog: We’re launching the Wolfram Language Image Identification Project on the web to let anyone easily take any ...

Digital Public Library of America Now on Pinterest
14th May 2015

From DPLA: We are excited to announce that DPLA is officially on Pinterest! Check out some of our favorite shareable images from the ...

SAGE Launches Streaming Video Collection
14th May 2015

From SAGE: SAGE announced the launch of SAGE Video, streaming video collections designed to support a range of needs across higher education, ...

ProQuest Digitizes Harper's Bazaar Archive
14th May 2015

From ProQuest: ProQuest is creating the first digital archive of Harper’s Bazaar, spanning1867 through the current issue. Research outcomes ...

Publishers Weekly to Digitize Archives
8th May 2015

From Publishers Weekly: Publishers Weekly is launching a partnership with NA Publishing, Inc. to digitize the entire 750,000 pages of the ...

Elsevier Announces Multidisciplinary Open Access Journal
28th April 2015

From Elsevier: The journal is the official journal of the One Health Platform, an international forum that promotes a cross-sectoral and ...


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