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The University of Connecticut Libraries implement Serials Solutions’ Summon service -

Serials Solutions, a business unit of the US-based ProQuest LLC, has announced that the University of Connecticut Libraries has selected the Summon service to enable users to quickly and efficiently discover content in the libraries vast collection. With the largest public research collection in the… Read More

MarkLogic, Hortonworks partnership to enhance Big Data apps with Apache Hadoop -

Data analytics products firm MarkLogic Corporation, US, has announced that it has joined the Hortonworks Technology Partner Program. Hortonworks is a commercial vendor promoting the development and support of Apache Hadoop. The partnership is projected to help businesses and public sector agencies take the next step… Read More

BioMed Central re-launches Journal of Animal Science and Biotechnology as OA journal -

Open access publisher BioMed Central, UK, has announced the re-launch of the Journal of Animal Science and Biotechnology (JASB) as an open access journal. First established in 2010, the journal has reportedly achieved considerable recognition from scholars in the field. JASB is supported by the… Read More

Platts unveils daily newsletter focused on steel raw materials markets -

Energy and metals information provider Platts, a division of The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc., US, has re-launched its flagship steel publication, Steel Markets Daily, with a new focus on the raw materials – iron ore, metallurgical coal, coke, scrap and ferroalloys – that drive the steel market.… Read More

UCLA Library receives $3.4 million grant for project focused on ephemeral media of Middle East -

The University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) has announced that the UCLA Library has received a grant of $3.4 million from the Arcadia Fund to launch an initiative to digitise, preserve and provide broad public access to print items, images, and multimedia and social networking resources… Read More

JISC, Cardiff University unveil tool to assess e-resource usage -

The UK’s JISC and Cardiff University’s information services directorate have launched a new tool, called Raptor, which allows people to assess the popularity and use of e-resources. The aim is to help them continue to deliver value for money. According to Eileen Brandreth, director of… Read More

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