EBSCO has had two recent press releases about new metadata added to the EDS from Maruzen Company in Japan (ebooks) and Newton Media Collaborate from Central and Eastern Europe (media news). Excerpts from both press releases are below, with links to the full story.
Another eBook collection has just been released by EBSCO. Press release below IPSWICH, Mass. — EBSCO Information Services has released a new e-book collection designed to meet the content needs of students and scholars in their study of religion. eBook Religion Collection is subscription package of e-books featuring more than 4,100 titles from over 150 trusted … Continue reading eBook Religion Collection Now Available from EBSCO
Ingram Content Group announced two new partnerships for eBooks on their OASIS platform. The first is with ProQuests’s EBL. More than 400,000 EBL eBook titles will be available through Ingram’s OASIS. The second is with EBSCO. Print titles have been part of the OASIS platform for EBSCO eBooks but now customers can add eBook content … Continue reading Ingram expands eBook profiling on OASIS platform with EBSCO and ProQuest’s EBL content
IPSWICH, Mass. — January 14, 2014 — In a deal that brings together the leading subscription services, database, e-book and discovery provider with the leading provider of alternative research metrics, EBSCO Information Services has acquired Plum™Analytics. Plum Analytics is the first altmetrics provider to move beyond metrics about articles and track all research output in … Continue reading Plum™ Analytics Becomes Part of EBSCO Information Services
I don’t know about the rest of my fellow librarians, but we at WSU are extremely frustrated with the lack of government websites right now. Census data, LC, copyright, USDA, ERIC and many more are either not being updated or not available. EBSCO is responding to this frustration by offering a complimentary version of ERIC … Continue reading EBSCO provides complimentary ERIC A&I data during government shutdown
EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO) has introduced 15 new EBSCO eBook™ Subject Sets to help librarians build their e-book collections. Subject sets are prepackaged sets of titles from leading publishers in specific, high-interest topics designed to meet the needs of libraries while simplifying collection development.
EBSCO announced today a new eBook collection (over 9,400 titles) designed specifically for academic and business school libraries. The full title and/or publisher lists are not on the EBSCO website at this time. You’ll have to contact your rep for details. IPSWICH, Mass. — September 9, 2013 — EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO) announces the launch … Continue reading EBSCO launches eBook business collection
Earlier this month, EBSCO added new Japanese language content to the EBSCO Discovery Service. See the press release below for more details. IPSWICH, Mass. — August 6, 2013 — EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO) and NetAdvance today have announced an agreement allowing metadata from NetAdvance’s JapanKnowledge collection to be added to EBSCO Discovery Service™ (EDS) — … Continue reading EBSCO Discovery Service adds Japanese language metadata from NetAdvance
Some interesting news from EBSCO and BiblioLabs. If you would like to learn more about BiblioLabs, check out the interview I conducted with Mitch Davis, Founder of BiblioLabs. Here is the EBSCO press release: IPSWICH, Mass. — July 24, 2013 — EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO) announces an agreement with BiblioLabs that will give more people … Continue reading BiblioLabs metadata now in EDS, EBSCO to sell Bibliolabs products
Interesting news from both EBSCO and Ingram received today. 400,000 EBSCO ebooks now available via the OASIS platform along side print books – one workflow. Here’s the official press release: NASHVILLE, TN – Ingram Content Group Inc., and EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO) today announced that more than 400,000 e-book titles from EBSCO eBooks™ have been … Continue reading EBSCO eBooks now available on Ingram’s OASIS platform