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HeritageQuest Online to Add International Content
30th June 2015

From ProQuest: Later this summer, family history enthusiasts and genealogical experts around the world will have access to more than two billion ...

Gale Indexing Millions of Documents From Google Scholar
23rd June 2015

From Cengage Learning: Evolving to meet researchers where they begin their searching, Gale, a part of Cengage Learning, is supporting discovery by ...

Smithsonian Announces Release of Freedmen's Bureau Records
22nd June 2015

From the Smithsonian: On the 150th anniversary of “Juneteenth” (June 19), the oldest known celebration commemorating the end of ...

New Resources Added to EBSCO Discovery Service
21st June 2015

From EBSCO Discovery Pulse: With EBSCO Discovery Service (EDS) the highest quality information resources are available at your fingertips. To ...

Bing Updates Mobile News Experience
21st June 2015

From Bing Blogs: When checking news updates on our smartphones, we often don’t have the time or inclination to read the full article.  ...

Bing to Encrypt Search Traffic
18th June 2015

From Bing Blogs: Bing has already been offering users the option to encrypt search traffic for about a year and a half now. Beginning this summer, ...

SAGE to Launch Journal Exploring the Internet of Things
15th June 2015

From SAGE: SAGE announced that it is to launch the Journal of Connectivity, edited by Ron Summers, Loughborough University and Zhipeng Wu, ...

U.S. Copyright Office Issues Report on Orphan Works
15th June 2015

From Copyright.gov: The Report documents the legal and business challenges faced by good faith users who seek to use orphan works and/or engage in ...

St. Martin's Press Phasing Out Palgrave Name
4th June 2015

From Publishers Weekly: Following the merger of most of Macmillan’s higher education assets with Springer Science+ Business Media, ...

Library of Congress Updates Website with New Interface, Collections, and Archive Content
1st June 2015

From Library of Congress blog: Recently the Library of Congress launched a significant amount of new Web Archive content on the Library’s ...

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