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EBSCO and EOS International have partnered to bring more choice to libraries looking for a discovery solution. EOS users will have access to EBSCO Discovery Service's unified index that will expand the quality and amount of content available to them as well as adding the enhanced features and functionality available from EDS.
The release is below and can also be found on the EBSCO website at: http://www.ebscohost.com/newsroom/stories/ebsco-and-eos-international-pa... and online at: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/7/prweb10930010.htm
EBSCO Information Services has partnered with the Kuali Foundation to advance discovery layer implementations for the Kuali OLE community. With the partnership, EBSCO is looking to support the needs of librarians and end users.
There will be a session at ALA-Annual in Chicago to discuss the EBSCO/Kuali OLE KCA partnership and the overall collaboration objectives on June 29 at 2 p.m.
The release is below and can also be found on the EBSCO website at: http://www.ebscohost.com/newsroom/stories/the-kuali-foundation-and-ebsco... or online at: http://www.prweb.com/releases/EDS/Kuali/prweb10865687.htm
~ Partnership between Digitalia and EBSCO Publishing Brings Wide Spectrum of Spanish Titles to EBSCO Discovery Service™ ~
IPSWICH, Mass. — October 25, 2012 — EBSCO Publishing’s (EBSCO) recent agreement with content partner, Digitalia will enable Spanish content, serving a vast range of interest and needs, to be discoverable within EBSCO Discovery Service™ (EDS). Digitalia is a global leader in quality content with thousands of e-books from the most renowned Spanish and Latin American Publishing Houses, as well as relevant Spanish journals that cover all topics of interest.
New EBSCO Discovery Service™ API Makes It Easier for Libraries to Create a Custom Discovery Solution
~ EBSCO Discovery Service™ API Connects Researchers to EBSCO’s Superior Content and Enhanced Search Features via Customized Search Interfaces ~
Harvard Library Bibliographic Dataset Now Available via EBSCO Discovery Service™ from EBSCO Publishing
~ Metadata from Millions of Open-Access Catalog Records from Harvard Library Available to EBSCO Discovery Service™ Users ~
IPSWICH, Mass. — May 4, 2012 — The Harvard Library Bibliographic Dataset is now available via EBSCO Discovery Service™ (EDS), from EBSCO Publishing. EBSCO Discovery Service users are able to search millions of Harvard Library catalog records in the Base Index of EBSCO Discovery Service. The addition of these valuable resources from Harvard Library adds to the rapidly growing content available to EDS users.
HeBIS-Verbund of the Hessian Library Information System in Germany Chooses EBSCO Discovery Service™ from EBSCO Publishing
~ EBSCO Discovery Service™ Content Proves to be Key Factor in Decision ~
IPSWICH, Mass. — April, 24, 2012 — HeBIS-Verbund in Germany has selected EBSCO Discovery Service™ (EDS) from EBSCO Publishing to provide fast and simple access to more content. HeBIS-Verbund created and runs the Hessian library information system (HeBIS) — an electronic information and service network of mostly academic libraries for the state of Hessen as well as parts of Rheinland Pfalz. HeBIS-Verbund represents one of the six regional library networks in Germany.
~ Four Million Bibliographic References Geared for Engineers, Technicians and Scientists Will Be Available in Base Index of EBSCO Discovery Service™ ~
IPSWICH, Mass. — March 29, 2012 — EBSCO Publishing (EBSCO) continues to expand its access to German content in EBSCO Discovery Service™ (EDS) thanks to a recent agreement with WTI-Frankfurt eG. The agreement allows content from WTI’s TEMA (Technology and Management) database to be available in the Base Index of EDS.
~ Superior Index, Facet Features and Catalog Integration Convince University to Choose EBSCO Publishing for Its Discovery Needs~
IPSWICH, Mass. — March 27, 2012 — Seton Hall University in New Jersey has started to implement EBSCO Publishing’s EBSCO Discovery Service™ (EDS) to provide its users with better, faster and more convenient access to their library resources. Seton Hall evaluated other discovery services but the selection committee unanimously chose EDS as its discovery service due to EDS’s superior index, facet features and ability to seamlessly integrate the catalog.
~University Cites Ease of Accessing Full Text, Exposure of Library Resources
and Superior Relevancy as Key Factors in its Discovery Service Selection~
~ Warsaw University Becomes First in Poland to Implement a Discovery Service ~