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November 21, 2013
Serials Solutions Intota Assessment now available. Serials Solutions
Intota Assessment, a library collection analytics service from Serials Solutions, a ProQuest business, is now available. It is the most comprehensive assessment solution that gives libraries a holistic view of both monographs and serials in both electronic and print format, enabling data-driven decisions regarding collection development. Intota Assessment is also the first production service of Intota, a new cloud-based library services platform.
October 31, 2013
The Swedish National Bibliography to be Indexed in the Summon Service. Serials Solutions
Serials Solutions is working with the National Library of Sweden to index the Swedish National Bibliography in the Summon discovery service. With the inclusion of the Swedish National Bibliographic Database in the Summon index, researchers will now be able to discover references to books and materials published in Sweden alongside their library's other resources.
October 30, 2013
York County Community College has selected the Summon discovery service and 360 Link to help lead their students to better research outcomes. In pursuit of a solution to make its entire collection discoverable via a single search interface, the university is working with Serials Solutions to help connect students to the library’s new resources.
October 29, 2013
Serials Solutions to index Mybrary.ru in the Summon service. Serials Solutions
Serials Solutions is working with Mybrary.ru to make its electronic library of Russian-language content discoverable in the Summon service. With the inclusion metadata covering subjects of law, economics and business collections from Mybrary.ru in the Summon index, researchers will now be able to discover a large number of periodical and non-periodical publications, articles, theses and other educational and non-fiction literature alongside their library's other resources.
October 24, 2013
Serials Solutions and Maruzen Company Ltd., are increasing access to Japanese ebooks through the Summon discovery service. Metadata from the Maruzen eBook Library will be indexed in the Summon service and mutual subscribers of each company’s service will be able to discover this authoritative ebook content, encompassing topics ranging from the humanities and social sciences to science, engineering and medicine.
October 22, 2013
University of Tokyo selects the Summon Discovery Service. Serials Solutions
The University of Tokyo Library in Japan recently selected the Summon discovery service from Serials Solutions, a ProQuest business. The powerful navigation and contextual guidance features in the Summon service significantly advance the research experience for both novice and experienced researchers. Librarians at the University of Tokyo will now have a better way to connect with more users, customize the discovery experience and lead users to better research outcomes.
October 15, 2013
PEP Web Archive to be indexed in the Summon Service. Serials Solutions
Serials Solutions continues to expand its coverage by working with Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing to include PEP Web, a digital archive of classic psychoanalytic texts, in the Summon service. Acting on requests from clients in the UK, the full text of these important psychoanalytic resources will be indexed in the Summon discovery service
October 11, 2013
Langston University to streamline library management with Serials Solutions. Serials Solutions
Langston University has selected Serials Solutions to help streamline and improve e-resource management and usage data assessment at its library. The addition of management services, 360 Counter and 360 Resource Manager, will simplify formerly complex tasks, empowering the library staff to focus on collection development.
October 9, 2013
International publisher agreements expand Summon Discovery Service sontent. Serials Solutions
Serials Solutions announced it will work with three key international publishers, Minha Biblioteca, Universitetsforlaget AS and Boom uitgevers Den Haag, to index their content in the Summon discovery service. Researchers around the world will benefit from the ability to discover this international scholarly academic content from alongside their library's other resources..
September 23, 2013
New Collaborations with Jisc Collections’ Knowledge Base+ (KB+). Serials Solutions
Serials Solutions is collaborating with JISC Collections KB+ to improve library workflows by transferring data from KB+ to the Serials Solutions knowledgebase. This cooperative effort will keep current data from Jisc Collections up to date in the Serials Solutions knowledgebase, saving libraries time. In partnership with Jisc Collections, we are committed to extending this initiative by programmatically updating both journal title data within Serials Solutions knowledgebase and library-specific holdings.
September 19, 2013
MnPALS selects Summon Discovery Service, 360 Link and 360 Resource Manager. Serials Solutions
The MnPALS consortium of libraries recently selected the Summon discovery service from Serials Solutions, a ProQuest business to offer users a more satisfying search experience. In support of MnPALS vision to provide user-focused information services, incorporating innovative technology and effective use of resources, the organization will also use the consortium edition of 360 Resource Manager. Holdings information for individual libraries across the consortium will be managed more efficiently, and with 360 Link, users will have quick access to full text.
September 10, 2013
Birmingham City University has recently added two ProQuest management services, an e-resource management system (ERM) and assessment service, to address the complexities of managing and analysing usage of their e-resources.
July 10, 2013
Serials Solutions expands Dutch Audio-Visual Content in the Summon Service. Serials Solutions
Serials Solutionsis working with the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision to include the database Academia. One of the largest audio-visual archives in Europe, the institute preserves a major part of the Dutch audio-visual heritage.
June 26, 2013
Intota Assessment in Beta with development partners. Serials Solutions
Marist College began using Intota Assessment, a library collection analytics service from Serials Solutions, a ProQuest business. Marist is the first Intota development partner to deploy Intota Assessment, and will be followed shortly by the other five partner libraries. Vital for today's academic institutions, Intota Assessment offers libraries the ability to simplify collection maintenance, calculate its return on investment and showcase the value of the library.
June 25, 2013
ProQuest appoints Matthew Brine as Vice President and General Manager. Serials Solutions
ProQuest, an information company central to global research, appointed Matthew Brine as Vice President and General Manager of Serials Solutions. In this role, Brine will provide the vision, strategy and global leadership to deliver discovery and management solutions to libraries. With more than 20 years of experience leading technology companies through growth initiatives, Brine balances business rigor with focus on quality and customer service.
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