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PoisonEXPERT™ from ExPub NowAvailable

PoisonEXPERT™ from ExPub NowAvailable
~ New Resource Assists Occupational Health and Safety Professionals Manage Impact
of Chemicals on Employees and Public~

IPSWICH, Mass. — July 22, 2014 — Expert Publishing (ExPub), a division of EBSCO Information Services, announces the launch of PoisonEXPERT™, a resource designed to assist occupational health and safety professionals employed by organizations that use or manufacture large quantities of chemicals and need to manage the impact of chemicals on their employees and the public.

EBSCO Releases Frick Art Reference Library Periodicals Index

EBSCO Releases Frick Art Reference Library Periodicals Index™
~ New Digital Historical Archive Includes Prominent Art History Periodicals ~

IPSWICH, Mass. — June 10, 2014 — EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO) announces the release of Frick Art Reference Library Periodicals Index™, an index-only database representing more than 150 prominent art history periodicals held at and indexed by one of the most prestigious art libraries in the world, the Frick Art Reference Library of The Frick Collection.

EBSCO Discovery Service™ - the Discovery Solution of Choice for More Institutions in Poland

EBSCO Discovery Service™ - the Discovery Solution of Choice
for More Institutions in Poland
~ Superior Relevancy Ranking and Ease of Implementation Common Thread in Decision ~

EBSCO Announces Support for Open Discovery Initiative Recommendations

EBSCO Announces Support for Open Discovery Initiative Recommendations
~ EBSCO’s Policy for Metadata Sharing and Collaboration with Discovery Service Vendors in Line with ODI Goals ~

IPSWICH, Mass. — June 26, 2014 — EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO) fully supports the final recommendations of the Open Discovery Initiative (ODI) working group for best practices for discovery services. EBSCO participated in the ODI Committee and the resulting recommendations are in line with EBSCO’s open policies around metadata sharing and vendor cooperation.

SWAN Library Consortium of Chicago Selects EBSCO Discovery Service™

SWAN Library Consortium of Chicago Selects
EBSCO Discovery Service™
~ EDS and SirsiDynix Chosen as Discovery Solution for 77 Member Library Consortium ~

IPSWICH, Mass. — June 26, 2014 — SWAN (System Wide Automated Network) in Illinois has chosen EBSCO Discovery Service™ (EDS) and SirsiDynix to offer its 77 member libraries a flexible option for their discovery needs. The seamless interoperability of EBSCO Discovery Service from EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO) and SirsiDynix’s eResource Central solution will provide improved discovery and delivery of content for SWAN members.

EBSCO to Digitize Doctoral Dissertations Accepted by American Universities

EBSCO to Digitize Doctoral Dissertations Accepted by American Universities through a Grant from the H.W. Wilson Foundation
~ EBSCO to Provide a New Free Database Providing Indexing for More Than
100,000 Dissertations Accepted by American Universities Between 1933 and 1955 ~

M.E. Sharpe Transitions from Its Proprietary Publisher Direct Database Platform, Works with EBSCO to Assure Customers Maintain Perpetual Access

M.E. Sharpe Transitions from Its Proprietary Publisher Direct Database Platform, Works with EBSCO to Assure Customers Maintain Perpetual Access
~ Award-winning Reference Publisher Shifts Focus Away from Publisher Direct Database Platform while EBSCO Provides Access to Existing SOLR Customers ~

PlumX to Include Usage Statistics from EBSCO Databases

PlumX to Include Usage Statistics from EBSCO Databases
~ The Additional Information will Provide Useful Information on Research Impact ~

Autism Speaks to Use PlumX™ to Track Research Impact

Autism Speaks to Use PlumX™ to Track Research Impact
~ Leading Autism Science and Advocacy Organization Will Use Information on Research Metrics to Understand Return on Investment of Funding ~

EBSCO Makes 50 Additional Databases Available Through its Open Metadata Sharing & Technology Collaboration Policy

EBSCO Makes 50 Additional Databases Available
Through its Open Metadata Sharing & Technology Collaboration Policy
~ Metadata is Now Available for 179 EBSCO Full-Text Databases
in Addition to All 74 EBSCO Full-Text Historical Archives and All 550,000+ EBSCO eBooks ~