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May 16, 2013
African Journals from Sabinet to be indexed in the Summon Service. Serials Solutions
erials Solutions is working with SA ePublications, a service of Sabinet Online, to index The African Electronic Journals in the Summon service. Aggregating the works of multiple publishers, this collection of nearly 400 journals represents the most comprehensive, searchable collection of South- and Southern-African journals in the world.
May 9, 2013
Serials Solutions Summon Service to Index Audio Engineering Society Content. Serials Solutions
Serials Solutions is working with the Audio Engineering Society to make the rich collection of technical and scientific papers and reports from AES discoverable through the Summon service. The Society’s publications span every aspect of audio, from psychoacoustics and amplifier design to spatial re-creation and sound for computer games. The agreement makes the latest knowledge and research related to audio engineering more discoverable for millions of researchers.
March 18, 2013
Serials Solutions advances library discovery with Summon 2.0. Serials Solutions
Serials Solutions introduces Summon 2.0 creating another historical milestone for library discovery services. Optimized for academic research, Summon 2.0 represents groundbreaking features and a new, modern interface for the Summon discovery service that will resonate with users familiar with open web search engines. Streamlined navigation and contextual guidance features significantly advance the research experience for both novice and experienced researchers – and provides greater opportunities for librarians to deliver value through new ways of engaging with users.
March 14, 2013
Serials Solutions and Wolters Kluwer Health, a leading global provider of information for healthcare professionals, researchers, and students, today announced that Lippincott Williams and Wilkins content available on the Ovid institutional research platform will be indexed in the Summon discovery service. Researchers will be able to search the abstract and full reference (metadata) details of LWW’s 280 journals in the fields of medicine, nursing and allied health professionals.
March 7, 2013
Serials Solutions announced the Summon discovery service now includes content from more than 100 abstract and indexing databases – including nearly 90 ProQuest databases. Unlike other discovery services, A&I content in the Summon service is leveraged through a unique match and merge technology that combines different types of data and information from multiple sources creating a single record optimized for discovery. For mutual subscribers, this unique approach exposes A&I resources to more users, directs researchers to full text when available, and maximizes the value and usage of A&I content for libraries.
February 13, 2013
Serials Solutions Summon discovery service was awarded the Most Innovative Technology of the Year at the Asia Digital Publishing Summit and Awards organized by the Consultancy. The award recognizes companies who have demonstrated an unparalleled ability to succeed and have continually set standards of excellence.
February 7, 2013
Serials Solutions Summon Discovery Service to index French open access works. Serials Solutions
Serials Solutions continues its emphasis on indexing open access content from around the world in the Summon discovery service. Le Cléo, le centre pour l'édition électronique ouverte (The Centre for Open Electronic Publishing), is working with Serials Solutions to have their scientific research content indexed in the Summon service. Founded by French research and academic institutions, Le Cléo publishes thousands of scientific works with a focus on social sciences and the humanities.
January 31, 2013
Serials Solutions Summon Service slated to index SciELO e-book titles. Serials Solutions
Serials Solutions is working with Scientific Electronic Library Online to index its e-book collection in the Summon discovery service. Recognizing that much scholarly work in the humanities and social sciences is published in book form rather than in periodicals, SciELO introduced this collection as a parallel to its widely-accessed collection of scientific academic journals. The collection is a mix of open access and commercial e-books from major academic publishers in Brazil and Latin America.
January 25, 2013
ProQuest and ER&L Support Librarians at SXSWi. Serials Solutions
Recognizing the insights and knowledge shared at SXSW Interactive (SXSWi), ProQuest, and ER&L are creating the ER&L + ProQuest #ideadrop house at this year’s festival, March 8-12. Located in the heart of Austin, (TX) the house will be a premier destination for librarians to gather for salon-style group discussions about the future of libraries and librarianship. SXSWi is renowned for its compelling presentations in the areas of new digital works and media technology, web interface design, and other creative solutions, attracting some of the brightest minds in emerging technologies.
January 24, 2013
Serials Solutions introduces Summon Spotlighting. Serials Solutions
Summon Spotlighting, a new feature of the Summon discovery service, provides dynamic display options for specialized content types. Image Spotlighting dramatically improves discoverability of libraries’ most unique and valued collections. Libraries benefit from increased exposure and use of their local collections, image content and archival materials – and researchers are able to discover, view and navigate this high value content in an experience similar to Open Web search engines.
Intota Assessment Available in 2013. Serials Solutions
The Intota web-scale management solution will debut in 2013 with Intota Assessment, a library collection analytics service that provides book and serials analysis and consolidated usage. Available later this year, the new service includes a robust suite of business intelligence tools to help libraries make informed decisions regarding collection development. Intota Assessment will also be part of Intota™ delivering best in class assessment functionality in a library services platform (LSP) solution.
December 20, 2012
Stichting Bibliotheek.nl, the national foundation for public libraries in the Netherlands, has selected ProQuest business Serials Solutions to adapt AquaBrowser as an additional custom end-user interface to BNL’s new national catalog for print,digital and electronic collections. Based on a single unified index, the NBC will enable patrons to seamlessly search the local collections (books, journals, e-books, games, CDs, etc.) of member libraries as well as commercial and open source electronic data sources provided by the BNL. Serials Solutions was chosen to provide the interface for the new catalog based on its success with the similar Open Vlacc project with Bibnet, an organization of the Flemish government.
December 13, 2012
Serials Solutions is working with several eminent German publishers to index their scholarly content in the Summon discovery service. This German-language content is among the most widely subscribed to by academic institutions in Germany, as well as many libraries worldwide, and includes resources covering law, life sciences and the humanities.
November 1, 2012
Serials Solutions launched Summon Suggestions, a suite of features designed to enrich the Summon discovery service with automated and contextual research assistance that will lead users to better research outcomes. These features bring together a unique blend of librarian knowledge, community collaboration and global usage data to optimize the user experience and provide unprecedented research guidance at the point of need.
October 29, 2012
Serials Solutions and the Japan Medical Abstracts Society have dramatically improved access to Japanese-language article abstracts in Ichushi-Web through the Summon web-scale discovery service. The inclusion of metadata from the JAMAS abstracting and indexing database for more than 5,800 journals covering medicine, dentistry and pharmacy subjects will be available to mutual subscribers of each company’s service.
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