Marshall Breeding’s Library Systems Report 2014 was just posted by American Libraries. In it Marshall offers a highly informed, thoroughly researched, and comprehensive report on a library technology industry that “saw sharp competition in 2013.” He starts with his overall impressions and goes on to discuss the current state of the [...]Read More... →
New Agreement between EBSCO and NewsBank; Five university presses select Ingram’s CoreSource for digital asset management and distribution; Harvard Business Review Press e-Books Now Available; Goodreads launches add Amazon books feature; and Udacity will no longer offer free certificates.Read More... →
Penn State awarded Mellon Grant to study personal scholarly archiving; British Academy report offers new evidence about impact of open access journal publishing; Alexander Street Press signs agreement with Jisc; Wiley signs definitive agreement to acquire CrossKnowledge; Atypon Systems acquires Metapress from EBSCO; OCLC and Ingram help libraries manage e-book collections;
Name: David S. Hills Title: Science and Engineering Collection Development Librarian
Organization: The George Washington University
Born and Lived: I was born in Salt Lake City, Utah.
I lived in Salt Lake City, Utah; Huntsville, Alabama; Ann Arbor, Michigan; [...]Read More... →
Gale announces winners of “Libraries Are Beautiful” photo contest; Outside the Lines launches September 2014; New advanced eCourse: Web Design and Development; Thomson Reuters collaborates with Cornell University’s Emerging Markets Institute; Print publishers net several Webby Award nominations; Allegations of paid editing to Wikipedia; New online digital collection offers access to UNC Library Extension [...]Read More... →
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