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The knowledgebase is the foundation for our discovery and management solutions. We deliver more value through the most comprehensive and accurate data in the industry, our own proprietary systems, our dedicated staff, and the collaboration with our clients and partners. Here are the latest updates to our knowledgebase:

Serials Solutions Knowledgebase Updates

We continue to add to, modify and enrich our knowledgebase. Clients can keep up to date with any changes (name changes, platform migrations, title-level URL changes) through the new Knowledgebase Notifications page in the Client Center, and access a list of the 48 new full-text databases added in November.

Clients can also access a list of only e-books databases within KnowledgeWorks, a historical list of changes to databases and providers, and lists of all providers and databases in KnowledgeWorks through the Support Center.

Content Recently Indexed in the Summon® Service

In the past month we’ve indexed a new collection from Oxford University Press, Nordic and German content and records for videos from the new ProQuest Video Preservation and Discovery Service.

  • From the National Library of Norway Press, idunn.no, a database of 49 leading Nordic scientific journals
  • Oxford Biblical Studies Online from Oxford University Press.
  • Records from 8 video collections in the new ProQuest Video Preservation and Discovery Service.  The service supplies metadata and transcription for archival video as well as online hosting for subscribing/participating universities.
  • From RMIT University – Informit, 78 RMIT abstract and indexing databases pertaining to agriculture, Asian studies, business, education, engineering, health, history, the humanities, law, media, science, the social sciences and technology.
  • German publisher UTB GmbH’s collection of 900+ ebooks in the humanities.

Summon® clients can stay updated on all releases, enhancements and newly indexed content through the Support Center.

Updates to Ulrich’s

The world's most authoritative source of bibliographic and publisher information for serials, and the most comprehensive source of print and electronic serials data available, continues to expand. Here are the latest updates, across 106,137 (active) and 65,197 (inactive) Publisher/Provider authority records, and 977 Subject areas.

  • 384,140 periodicals (increasing 699 since October 31)
  • 165,302 titles with A&I coverage (decreasing 430 since October 31)
  • 134,239 non-English titles (increasing 243 since October 31)
  • 40,025 refereed publications (increasing 352 since October 31)
  • 9,643 Open Access journals (increasing 173 since October 31)
  • 630 A&I Databases, with 577 active (increasing 7 since October 31) 
13 Dec 2013 | Posted by Susan Presley

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