EBSCO Publishing has just announced the release of Library & Information Science Source (LISS), one of several new ”super” databases that merge EBSCO’s existing LIS content with H.W. Wilson’s. Developed “by librarians for librarians” and designed to “help researchers find the latest information in a rapidly evolving field,” LISS covers librarianship from every angle imaginable and [...]
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October 24th, 2012 · Comments Off
October 15th, 2012 · Comments Off
SAGE, independent publisher of journals, textbooks, reference books, and electronic collections for library, education, and professional markets, announced the purchase of primary sources publisher Adam Matthew at the Frankfurt Book Fair last week. This is SAGE’s second acquisition in 14 months, following the purchase of UK-based independent publisher Learning Matters, in August 2011. Adam Matthew [...]
October 10th, 2012 · Comments Off
Credo Reference‘s ongoing effort to improve information literacy (and “research effectiveness”) just got a new boost. After conducting a case study with Columbia University’s undergrads, the company is reporting back some encouraging feedback about the value of its Literati platform. The results of the study have been made public and their message is clear: using Literati in the classroom [...]