Tag Archives: portals

Efficient use of search portal needed for utilization of intellectual resources

(17 February 2019)  The Japanese government is set to start creating “Japan Search,” a portal site that will enable crossover searches for information about materials possessed by libraries, museums and other institutions nationwide. Ten institutions, including the National Diet Library and the National Archives of Japan, will provide pertinent data, and such information will soon be […]


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USAID signs participation agreement with CHORUS

(16 August 2018) CHORUS has announced an agreement with the US Agency for International Development (USAID) to expand public access to the results of its funded research. USAID’s public access plan was released in in November 2016 and is designed to ensure effective access to and reliable preservation of both peer-reviewed scholarly publications and digital […]


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New Lending Rights Online portal open

(11 January 2017) The new Lending Rights Online (LRO) portal opened in Australia on 9 January, making it faster and easier to register, make and track claims online, including: auto filling book information when you submit a title claim, once the ISBN for the book is validated, and displaying processing or completed status of submitted […]


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The Getty Research Portal grows with a new design and more than 100,000 digitized volumes

(15 June 2016) Marking the occasion of its four-year anniversary, the Getty Research Portal has been rebuilt and redesigned, making it easier to explore the digitized literature of art history. The Portal is a catalog providing free access to books and journals made available online by contributing institutions. A project of the Getty Research Institute […]


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Wiley-Knode partnership puts collaboration at the center of the research experience

(8 January 2014) John Wiley & Sons, Inc., today announced a new partnership with startup technology company Knode to provide customized research expertise portals to learned societies and other academic organizations worldwide. Designed to foster innovation and collaboration, Knode’s expertise profiling system compiles a “research signature” for users based on their publication history, patents, clinical […]


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