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Jisc and Wikimedia UK collaborate to bridge the gap between academia and Wikipedia -

Jisc and Wikimedia UK are collaborating on a project to bring the academic world and Wikipedia closer together. This will create opportunities for researchers, educators, and the general public to contribute to the world's freely available knowledge. Jisc, the UK education charity championing the use… Read More

CCC announces enhancements to its ‘Get It Now’ academic solution -

Licensing solutions provider Copyright Clearance Center, Inc. (CCC), US, has announced enhancements to its award-winning Get It Now academic solution. This includes the integration of OCLC's ILL Fee Management (IFM) Service and the addition of five new publishers - ME Sharpe Inc., Human Kinetics, Akademiai Kiado,… Read More

Marist College tests new library collection management service -

Serials Solutions, a ProQuest business, has announced that Marist College, a recognised leader in the use of technology for enhanced teaching and learning, has begun using Intota Assessment. Intota Assessment is a library collection analytics service from Serials Solutions. Marist is the first Intota development partner… Read More

NoveList and 3M expand readers’ advisory to include check-out experience -

Readers will encounter NoveList's high-quality recommendations when they check out using a 3M SelfCheck station. By expanding the reach of readers' advisory services to include the self-check out experience, NoveList and 3M have created an innovative user experience that has never before been available to readers.… Read More

Ex Libris in deal with publishers and aggregators to add content to Primo Central Index -

Library automation solutions provider Ex Libris Group, Israel, recently signed agreements with numerous content providers to include new collections in the Primo Central Index. Offered as a cloud-based service to institutions around the globe, the Primo Central Index gives users access to hundreds of millions of… Read More

NISO voting members approve new project to develop recommended practices for Packaging and Exchanging Serial Content -

The National Information Standards Organization (NISO) voting members have approved a new project to develop recommended practices for Packaging and Exchanging Serial Content. Many different organisations - libraries, archives, indexing services, content aggregators, publishers, and content creators - need to exchange and work with digital files… Read More

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