Free Access to SAGE Reference Online

April 12th, 2010 · Comments Off

SAGE Reference is offering free access to SAGE Reference Online until May 15th of this year.  Simply register for free access to over 50 encyclopedias and hundreds of handbooks in the social sciences.  Access includes The Encyclopedia of Journalism, which received an Honorable Mention for the Dartmouth Award this year.

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Tags: Academic Libraries · Interfaces/Platforms · Public Libraries · Reference Publishing · Vendor News

Survey – online reference databases

October 21st, 2009 · 1 Comment

NSR Readers, I’m writing to ask for 10 minutes of your time to complete a survey about online reference databases.  I’m trying to gauge interest in a variety of features offered in online reference databases (think GVRL, Credo, SRO, ORO, ABC-CLIO, etc).  My results will be used in a presentation I am co-presenting at the […]

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eReference Platforms – The good and bad features

August 26th, 2009 · Comments Off

I spent Monday with several librarians in a discussion on the future eReference platform.  I’m referring to products like Credo, GVRL, Sage Reference Online, Oxford Scholarship Online, etc.  Our discussion revolved around platform features, good features and not so good features.  I’m going to list some highlights of the discussion below, but would really like […]

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New Interview with Tom Beyer, iFactory

July 24th, 2009 · Comments Off

iFactory is an web development company in Boston.  They have developed Sage Reference Online, Rosen’s Teen Health & Wellness, and several Oxford University Press products.  NSR got to talk with Tom Beyer, Director of Publishing at iFactory about eBook interfaces and the future of eBooks.  Tom and 15 other interviews are listed on the NSR interviews page.

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Tags: Interfaces/Platforms · Interviews · Reference Publishing

Sage Handbooks Available on Sage Reference Online

July 6th, 2009 · Comments Off

Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, Singapore, and Washington DC (June 29, 2009)—SAGE announced today that the new SAGE Reference Online Handbook Collection, a set of 80 of its highest rated handbooks, digitized and hosted on the award-winning SAGE Reference Online platform, is now available for libraries worldwide. The first demos of the Handbook Collection will […]

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