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Twitter Introduces Embedded Video
5th March 2015

From Twitter Developer blog: With the new embedded video widget, you can highlight Twitter-hosted video on your website, enhanced by the same ...

Yahoo! Launches Digital TV Magazine
5th March 2015

From Yahoo Tumblr: Whether you’re looking to plan your weekly watch list or to decide the most binge-worthy shows to stream, our Yahoo TV ...

Copyright Clearance Center Adds New Publishers to Get It Now
5th March 2015

From Copyright Clearance Center: The new publishers are the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE), De ...

Springer Partners with Copyright Clearance Center on Text and Data Mining Solution
25th February 2015

From Springer: Springer has partnered with Copyright Clearance Center (CCC) on a new solution enabling corporate life sciences researchers to ...

10 Million Pages Searchable on The British Newspaper Archive
19th February 2015

From The British Newspaper Archive: We’re very pleased to announce that there are now 10 million historic newspaper pages available at The ...

EBSCO Information Services Adds 27 New Subject Sets to eBook Collection
19th February 2015

From EBSCO: EBSCO eBook Subject Sets are convenient, prepackaged sets of titles chosen to meet libraries’ needs for new content on popular, ...

Google Knowledge Graph to Include Health Information
11th February 2015

From Google Official Blog: So starting in the next few days, when you ask Google about common health conditions, you’ll start getting ...

Elsevier Adds eBooks to CLOCKSS Archiving
6th February 2015

From Elsevier: As a not-for-profit venture between academic publishers and research libraries, CLOCKSS is building a sustainable, geographically ...

Congress.gov Offers Users New Alert System
6th February 2015

From the Library of Congress: The free legislative information website Congress.govoffers users a new optional email-alerts system that makes ...

Google Search Results to Include Tweets
5th February 2015

From Bloomberg Business: Twitter Inc. has struck a deal with Google Inc. to make its 140-character updates more searchable online. In the first ...


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