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ProQuest Digitizes British Magazines
20th January 2015

From ProQuest: ProQuest is improving outcomes for researchers of British politics, news, culture and society by boosting the availability of ...

National Agricultural Library Unveils Search Engine for USDA Research
19th January 2015

From USDA Agricultural Research Service: PubAg, which can be found at PubAg.nal.usda.gov, is a new portal for literature searches and full-text ...

Credo Adds New Titles and Videos to Academic Core Collection
19th January 2015

From Credo: The new titles come from notable publishers such as Harvard University Press, National Geographic Society, SAGE, and others, as well ...

arXiv Celebrates One Million Submissions
16th January 2015

From Cornell University Library: Now, more than two decades later, arXiv is a driving force in scientific communication. It draws in thousands of ...

Elsevier Introduces Virtual Journal, Atlas
11th January 2015

From Elsevier: Published as a virtual journal, Atlas selects already published research on topics that hold high societal relevance or address ...

Elsevier Launches Multi-Discipline Open Access Journal
11th January 2015

From Elsevier: Elsevier has announced it is developing a new open access journal covering all disciplines. The journal will be developed in close ...

ProQuest Launches New UKI Edition of Academic Complete
9th January 2015

From ProQuest: ProQuest® ebooks company ebrary® has created a brand new version of their award winning Academic Complete™ ...

Elsevier and ISTE Press Announce Publishing Alliance
8th January 2015

From Elsevier: "Our alliance with ISTE Press is an exciting opportunity for us to give researchers more content in some key areas like energy and ...

DPLA Releases Three-Year Strategic Plan
8th January 2015

From Digital Public Library of America: 2014 was a year in which we juggled so much: many new hubs, partners, and content, lining up additional ...

Oxford and Copyright Clearance Center Partner on Pay-Per-View Model
3rd January 2015

From OUPblog: Oxford has partnered with the Copyright Clearance Center to begin offering chapters on a pay-per-view basis. Pay-per-view is a ...

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