September 3, 2015
(ProQuest) ProQuest has further enhanced access to research this summer with the launch of the next database of Early European Books (EEB) with Collection 7, making another 7,450 titles available. This will bring the EEB program to more than 40,000 titles and 14 million pages of valuable images from the early modern period. The total number of page images in EEB now surpasses the number of page images in ProQuest’s acclaimed Early English Books Online, EEBO database. The continual development of EEB reflects ProQuest’s commitment to digitising unique content from the early modern period, enabling researchers to go deeper in their area of expertise and generate superior outcomes. Learn more about Early European Books here
(KOMBIT A/S) Horsens har som den første kommune nu taget det nye bibliotekssystem i brug.Onsdag den 2. september har Horsens Kommune taget Fælles Bibliotekssystem i brug. Dermed er den første kommune kommet i gang med at bruge det system, som næsten alle landets kommuner har tilsluttet sigIbrugtagningen af systemet i Horsens er gået som planlagt. Der har naturligvis været udfordringer, som man må forvente, når et stort system bliver taget i brug af mange brugere. Udfordringerne bestod i fejl og mangler, hvoraf en stor del allerede er rettet.
September 2, 2015
(SirsiDynix) SirsiDynix is proud to announce that SirsiDynix MobileCirc, its circulation application for mobile devices, is now in general release. Both Horizon and Symphony customers can now use MobileCirc to bring their circulation services outside the library.
(Open Preservation Foundation) The Open Preservation Foundation is delighted to welcome The University of Alabama Libraries as our latest charter member.
September 1, 2015
(Ex Libris) Grupo Sistemas Lógicos, líder nacional en la provisión de soluciones en la nube para bibliotecas, se complace en anunciar que la Biblioteca Daniel Cosío Villegas de El Colegio de México, ha liberado al público su nuevo catálogo por medio del sistema de descubrimiento Primo de Ex Libris.
(OCLC) OCLC is one of just 11 organizations nationwide to be recognized by UnitedHealthcare with its “Well Deserved” award, an annual honor given to employers who have implemented innovative, industry-leading worksite wellness programs that helped improve their employees’ health and well-being.
(Gale Group) Closer collaboration is needed between librarians and faculty at colleges and universities, according to a new survey by Library Journal and Gale, a global provider of research resources and part of Cengage Learning. The survey of roughly 500 faculty and 500 librarians revealed disconnects about the need for faculty and campus librarians to work together and communicate more, and the role of the library on campus.
(Innovative Interfaces, Inc.) Innovative announced that Napa City-County Library in northern California has selected the Polaris ILS and Polaris Leap--the responsive-design Web client that performs key library workflows on tablets and laptops. NCCL has a collection size of 150,000 and an annual circulation of over 1 million items. NCCL is also joining the ranks of the LINK+ resource-sharing consortium, which is powered by Innovative’s INN-Reach consortial borrowing system. As a member, NCCL will have access to materials from over 60 academic and public libraries that hold over 11 million items. NCCL is replacing a Carl.X system by TLC.
(The Library Corporation) The Los Angeles Public Library (LAPL) is the first CARL customer to implement SocialFlow, the leading social media publishing platform used for the distribution and optimization of content to Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and LinkedIn.Earlier this year, The Library Corporation joined forces with SocialFlow to become its exclusive provider to libraries. SocialFlow can optimize the social media presence of any library regardless of its automation system, and TLC is the only library vendor to offer such a service.
August 31, 2015
(Ex Libris) Ex Libris announced that Curtin University in Australia has joined the early-adopter program for the Leganto reading-list solution.
August 28, 2015
(Boopsie) Boopsie announced it has signed Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center, a multi-service language school for active and reserve components, foreign military students, and civilian personnel working in the federal government and various law enforcement agencies. DLIFLC’s decision to collaborate with Boopsie to support their transition to digital resources demonstrates that the leading mobile platform-as-a-services provider for libraries worldwide is gaining traction in the military library market.
(Civica) Civica Library Solutions, a leader in specialist systems and business process services that help organisations to transform the way they work, continues to grow its customer base with Penrith City Libraries becoming the latest library service to choose Civica and Spydus10.
(Ingram Content Group) John R. Ingram, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Ingram Industries Inc., today announced the election of two new Directors of the privately held company. Ingram Industries’ businesses include Ingram Content Group and Ingram Marine Group.
(Innovative Interfaces, Inc.) Innovative announced today that Burlington County Library System (BCLS) in New Jersey has selected the Polaris ILS and Polaris Leap, a browser-based tool that offers key public services workflows in the stacks or outside the library. BCLS holds over 750,000 volumes and conducts over 2 million circulation transactions each year. The Library is migrating from a Horizon® system provided by SirsiDynix.
August 27, 2015
(EBSCO Information Services) LearningExpress, an EBSCO company, announced today that the Arkansas State Library has selected LearningExpress Library™ and Computer Skills Center digital platforms to address the increasing need for workplace skills improvement, and to help all Arkansas residents achieve their academic, career and personal goals.