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Backstage completes TEI encoding of Leeser correspondence for the University of Pennsylvania

Jul
31

PROVO, Utah, July 31, 2013 — Backstage Library Works and the University of Pennsylvania Libraries have collaborated to bring full-text search and discovery to the entire collection of Isaac Leeser’s correspondence.

The Gershwind-Bennett Isaac Leeser Digital Repository features access to the personal papers and publications of Isaac Leeser, widely regarded as the foremost American Jewish leader in antebellum America. The repository is the first major collaborative effort undertaken by the Jesselson-Kaplan American Genizah Project.

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State Library of Massachusetts partners with Backstage Library Works for retrospective conversion, reclassification and digitization

Jul
15

PROVO, Utah, July 15, 2013 — The State Library of Massachusetts has partnered with Backstage Library Works in retrospective conversion, reclassification, and digitization of portions of its legislative and historical collections. The agreement is helping the library to complete a major initiative in data upgrades and physical renovations to create a wide-reaching digital collection on Beacon Hill in Boston, Massachusetts.

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Library & Information Science Source™ Now Available from EBSCO Publishing

Oct
23

~ Latest Information in Field of Library and Information Science ~

IPSWICH, Mass. — October 23, 2012 — Library & Information Science Source™, the definitive resource in the field of library and information science, is now available from EBSCO Publishing (EBSCO). Library & Information Science Source is a full text resource designed to help librarians and researchers easily find the latest information in a rapidly evolving field of library and information science.

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Announcing ‡biblios.net, the world's largest database of freely-licensed library records

Jan
23

Announcing ‡biblios.net, the world's largest database of
freely-licensed library records

COLUMBUS, OH--January 23, 2009--LibLime, the leader in open solutions
for libraries, announced today the launch of ‡biblios.net--a free
browser-based cataloging service with a data store containing over
thirty-million records. Records are licensed under the Open Data
Commons, making the service the world's largest repository of
freely-licensed library records.

‡biblios.net (pronounced 'biblios dot net') features an intuitive
metadata editor complete with templates, macros, authority

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