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The Jisc program’s goal is to lower customer cost, leveraging the collective purchasing power of UK Higher Education Institutions (HEI) to enable wider adoption of digital archives.
ProQuest® has appointed Michael Hirsch, Vice President, Product Management for its Serials Solutions® business located in Seattle, WA. In this high-impact role, Hirsch will drive product development and go-to-market strategies for Serials Solutions products, including the Summon® discovery service, the portfolio of library management products and services, and Intota®, a new SaaS library services platform.
Serials Solutions continues to expand its coverage by working with Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing to include PEP Web, a digital archive of classic psychoanalytic texts, in the Summon service.
Langston University has selected Serials Solutions®, a ProQuest® business to help streamline and improve e-resource management and usage data assessment at its library.
ProQuest and Fairchild Fashion Media (FFM) are joining forces to support research into the business of fashion by creating the first-ever digital archive of one of the industry’s most revered titles - Women’s Wear Daily (WWD). The trial version of the product is available now.
ProQuest affiliate Bowker, the world's leader in bibliographic data management, is turning the heat up on its role as an essential partner in book discovery, providing solutions that help publishers, booksellers and libraries better serve their customers.
Serial Solutions will work with three key international publishers to index their content. Researchers around the world will benefit from the ability to discover this international scholarly academic content from alongside their library’s other resources.
A new analysis of U.S. ISBN data by ProQuest affiliate Bowker reveals that the number of self-published titles in 2012 jumped to more than 391,000, up 59 percent over 2011 and 422 percent over 2007. Ebooks continue to gain on print, comprising 40 percent of the ISBNs that were self-published in 2012, up from just 11 percent in 2007.
ProQuest is launching a landmark database offering unparalleled access to rare and unique sources on the common experiences of First World War servicemen and women.
Serials Solutions, a ProQuest business, is working with the exciting new platform Flooved to make their growing collection of textbooks discoverable in the Summon service.
Serials Solutions is working with Hiperlink Egitim Iletisim to index the first and only Turkish e-book database. Researchers will now be able to discover over 10,000 e-book titles from 250 Turkish publishers.