October 2, 2015
(Oxford University Press) The Global Academic Division of Oxford University Press announced that it has entered into an agreement with Silverchair Information Systems to migrate its extensive portfolio of journals and many of its online products to a new publishing platform powered by Silverchair’s SCM technology.
September 17, 2007
(Oxford University) Responding to requests from readers and staff, Oxford will be launching a new and improved access system to e-journal literature on Monday 17 September, 2007 called Oxford University e-Journals. Users can have a sneak preview of the site before the official release date, but must be aware that improvements are still being carried out.
September 6, 2005
(Oxford University) The Naperville (IL) Public Library significantly increased its 24/7 digital services. The Naperville Public Library joins a distinguished group of libraries across America who are providing many new services to their users outside of the traditional four-walls of library buildings. New services, like downloaded eAudiobooks and eBooks, are available to residents wherever they are working or vacationing. OverDrive, Inc., the leading vendor of downloadable audio books and eBooks for libraries, supplies the technology for the new service.