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Business Expert Press offering free trials of digital business library

Business Expert Press is currently offering free trials of our digital library, made up of applied, concise books for business students. I hope you'll take a look the information below and consider doing a trial of the library. It's a great way to add a lot of books to your online collection for a one time cost, and these books can provide free textbooks to students, as well as be used for independent research.

Content from World Book Searchable Through EBSCO Discovery Service™

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The Three Rivers Regional Library System Goes Live on Koha with ByWater Solutions

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The Three Rivers Regional Library System Goes Live on Koha with ByWater Solutions

ByWater Solutions, an open source community supporter and official Koha support company, announced today that the Three Rivers Regional Library System of Mayo, FL. is now live on their installation of the Koha integrated library system.

OCLC and Ingram to offer new option for access to e-books

DUBLIN, Ohio, April 11, 2011—OCLC and Ingram Content Group Inc. will soon offer a new service option that will provide library users short-term access to e-books not in their collection through WorldCat Resource Sharing and ILLiad.

LibLime Koha at the University of Washington

Bethesda, MD - April 8, 2011 – Students at the University of Washington’s, Information School, will begin utilizing LibLime Koha this spring, in their Library Technology Systems course through LibLime's Koha with Class program.

LibLime will provide the class of approximately 20 students, with a hosted installation of Koha, free of charge. This will allow the students unlimited access and all privileges associated with the staff end of Koha as well as all OPAC functionality for the duration of the course.

Susan Buchanan Appointed Director of Global Marketing and Sales for LibLime

Susan Buchanan Appointed Director of Global Marketing and Sales for LibLime

Bethesda, MD - April 7, 2011 - LibLime, a division of PTFS is proud to introduce Susan Buchanan as their new Director of Marketing and Sales.

Purdue University Libraries Selects LogiXML To Meet High Demand for Library e-Resources

McLean, VA (April 6, 2011) – LogiXML, the pioneer of web-based business intelligence software, today announced that Purdue University Libraries has selected Logi Insight to track and analyze the usage of library resources, including e-resources, which represent the largest and fastest growing part of Purdue’s budget. Purdue joins Boston College, New York University, and Texas Tech University to adopt Logi Insight for Libraries (

Gale Helps Library Users Create Their Own Story with Free Access to Resources During National Library Week

Farmington Hills, Mich., April 6, 2011 — Gale, part of Cengage Learning, is celebrating National Library Week by offering free access to six highly-praised online resources for use by any library during National Library Week.

Free access runs through National Library Week, from April 10 to April 24, 2011. Librarians can download the widget to their homepage by visiting starting on April 10. Library patrons should look for the widget on their library’s homepage, which provides single-click access to these online resources.

One-Pager: A library website template that allows your patrons to find what they want.

Drawing on our experience with libraries and library websites of all types we distilled our knowledge into a website interface that is good for libraries and good for library users.

We love libraries. In our work, we’ve watched users struggle, we’ve learned from mistakes, and we’ve applied what we know to this template. Every library and every set of users is unique, but we can confidently say that One-Pager is founded on the common ground that libraries and library users share.

University of Oxford and OCLC Research collaborate to study digital ‘residents’ and ‘visitors’ in the transition between high school and university

DUBLIN, Ohio, March 31, 2011—University of Oxford and OCLC Research are collaborating in a six-month JISC-funded study, which is part of a larger three-year longitudinal project to investigate the theory of digital residents and visitors with students in the transitional educational stage, the time between late-stage secondary or high school and the first year of university.