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Notre Dame University-Louaize in Lebanon Switches to EBSCO Discovery Service™

Notre Dame University-Louaize in Lebanon Switches to
EBSCO Discovery Service™
~ Easy Integration, More Search Options and Good Support Lead
to Decision to Implement EDS~

IPSWICH, Mass. — April, 21, 2014 — Notre Dame University-Louaize (NDU) in the country of Lebanon has replaced its previous discovery tool with EBSCO Discovery Service™ (EDS) from EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO) due to its easy integration, more search options and better overall support.

EBSCO Information Services Creates Open Policy for Data Sharing

EBSCO Information Services Creates Open Policy for Data Sharing
~EBSCO Outlines policy for Metadata Sharing and Technology
Collaboration Partnerships with Discovery Vendors~

OCLC and Ingram help libraries manage e-book collections more efficiently

OCLC is working with Ingram, one of the world’s largest distributors of physical and digital content, to set and maintain holdings for e-books in WorldCat automatically, saving library staff valuable time and effort.

Harvard Business Review Press e-Books Now Available for Purchase via the EBSCO eBooks Platform

Harvard Business Review Press e-Books Now
Available for Purchase via the EBSCO eBooks Platform
~ Complete Digital Editions from Leading Global Business Publisher now Accessible
for Corporate, Government and Hospital Customers to Download ~

EBSCO Continues to Reinforce Dedication to Discovery Innovation; Hires Three Industry Leaders to Address Discovery Needs of Libraries

EBSCO Continues to Reinforce Dedication to Discovery Innovation; Hires Three Industry Leaders to Address Discovery Needs of Libraries
~ EBSCO announces the hiring of Neil Block, Gar Sydnor and Tamir Borensztajn to Further Impact Library Collection Usage and Overall Value through Discovery ~

Enzyklopädie der Neuzeit Now Available Online

Leiden (NL) / Boston (MA) – 9 April 2014

Brill, the international scholarly publisher, has launched the prestigious reference work Enzyklopädie der Neuzeit Online.

BHM Regional Library Live on Evergreen joins NC Cardinal

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Duluth, GA —April 7, 2014

The BHM Regional Library System has gone live on Evergreen as part of the NC Cardinal consortium. Equinox Software oversaw data migration and staff training and will continue to provide hosting and technical support for the entire NC Cardinal consortium.

The BHM Regional Library System consists of eight libraries in Beaufort, Hyde, and Martin counties. Over 87,000 bibliographic records and 14,000 patrons were migrated to the new system.

University of South Carolina Chooses EBSCO Discovery Service™ with Encore

University of South Carolina Chooses
EBSCO Discovery Service™ with Encore
~ EDS and Encore Provide Flexibility USC Needs ~

IPSWICH, Mass. — April 7, 2014 — University of South Carolina (USC) has selected EBSCO Discovery Service™ (EDS) with Encore as its discovery service. The university was looking for a single search box for its users but also wanted the flexibility to have more advanced options and EDS/Encore provided the right fit.

Brill takes on international distribution for KNNV Publishing

Leiden (NL) / Boston (MA) – 7 April 2014

Brill, the international scholarly publisher, has finalized an agreement with KNNV Publishing (Zeist, The Netherlands) to distribute their English-language publications, effective immediately.

Santa Monica College Library partners with Backstage to preserve and provide access to eight decades of history

Contact:

Kat Kamp
Backstage Library Works
801.356.1852
news@bslw.com
www.bslw.com

BETHLEHEM, Pa., April 4, 2014 – Santa Monica College Library and Backstage Library Works have joined forces to microfilm and digitize more than 14,000 pages of the college’s student newspaper. The digital images will be hosted by the California Digital Newspaper Collection (CDNC), an online, text-searchable repository of digitized California newspapers that includes political, business and social history from 1846 to the present. Santa Monica will be the first community college to participate in this historic project.