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The Linguistic Bibliography Online migration is now complete
Leiden (NL) / Boston (MA) – 14 February 2013
Semantico, suppliers of digital publishing solutions to the scholarly and professional market, recently migrated Brill's Linguistic Bibliography Online from a stand alone site to the existing Brill bibliography site: http://bibliographies.brillonline.com.
The Linguistic Bibliography Online is a cross-searchable linguistic database with over 300.000 records and 20.000 titles arranged according to a detailed state-of-the-art classification. The migration from stand alone platform to integration into bibliographies.brillonline.com will allow users the ability to search all Brill's extensive bibliography content at once.
Semantico used their industry-respected products Scolaris and SAMS in the project. Scolaris is the next generation integrated content platform, engineered to manage the complexities of journals, e-books, reference works and dictionaries. SAMS is the most widely used access management system in its class and integrates seamlessly with Scolaris to control access across users and institutions, as well as providing a host of flexible options for business models and optimal monetisation of content.
Commenting on the launch, Albert Schoenmaker, Senior Editor Online Resources, Brill said: "Migrating the Linguistic Bibliography Online to the existing bibliography site will deliver a great user experience and excellent discoverability."
Andrew Grimes, Senior Consultant, Semantico added: "We are pleased to have worked with Brill on delivering yet another successful project."
For more information on this media alert please contact Albert Schoenmaker (firstname.lastname@example.org / +31 (71) 53 53 506).
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