The buzz these days is all about e-books and we continue to work on our E-book Normalization Project to help you increase usage and ROI for e-books. Since June 6, 2012 our team has created over 17,000 new authority title records for e-books and added additional normalizers for over 306,000 e-book holdings. Normalization improves e-book results in our 360 services and provides users more consistent and streamlined access to e-books. Clients can see regular project status updates in our Support Center (Answer 827).
Accessible Archives has 22 new databases covering pre-1900 material from New England and the South.
Two new available record types are available for MARC Updates clients to elect to receive:
New in the Summon Index
The ACM Digital Library from the Association for Computing Machinery includes over 14,000 journal articles and conference proceedings in the discipline of computing and technology
AsiaWorld Digital Technology’s L&B Digital Library contains approximately 100,000 e-books from 225 publishers in the disciplines of medicine, technology, mathematics, physics, languages, literature, arts and humanities.
From ASM International
Korean provider Haksulkyoyukwon eArticle database with over 600 humanities and social science journals.
Books and conference proceedings from the Hamburg University Press program.
From the union catalog of Norwegian libraries, BIBSYS Ask, 2.3 M records.