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BioOne announces nonprofit platform partnership with SPIE

(8 August 2018, Washington, DC) BioOne (about.BioOne.org), the nonprofit publisher of more than 200 journals from 150 scientific societies and independent presses, today has announced the forthcoming launch of a new website for its content aggregation, BioOne Complete. The new website, to launch on January 1, 2019, will be powered by a nonprofit collaboration with […]


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Libraries Australia has a new website

(12 December 2017) The Libraries Australia website has had a refresh and revamp, making it easier to find the information you need. You can now: find all manuals, guidelines and hints and tips for Libraries Australia services in one place get the latest news, including sevice upgrades and outages, from the home page access a summary of what’s […]


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British Library hiring Digital Content Manager – China Project

(24 October 2017) As part of an ambitious programme of cultural exchange with partner institutions across China, the British Library has recently launched its first Chinese language website. Presented in traditional and simplified Chinese, the site introduces users to over 30 iconic works of English literature from the medieval period to the present day and […]


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CONSAL XVII website opens for visitors

(23 October 2017) The 17th Congress of Southeast Asian Librarians takes place 2-5 May 2018 in Naypyitaw, Myanmar.  Visit the Congress website.


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SPIE Digital Library moves to enhanced new website

Society publisher moves world’s largest optics and photonics library to new site with improved, agile functionality (15 September 2018, Bellingham, Washington, USA)  Scholarly publisher SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics, has announced the move of the SPIE Digital Library (http://spiedigitallibrary.org/) on 15 August to a new and substantially enhanced website. Developed internally by […]


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New libraries website launches in Auckland

(29 August 2017) The new Auckland Libraries website is now live, delivering an easy to use, mobile-first web experience that reflects the diversity of Auckland. Mirla Edmundson, General Manager Libraries and Information, says that the new site signals a new milestone in customer service. “The current website has up to 20,000 views a day, and […]


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APA upgrades APA PsycNET® content delivery platform

(17 July 2017, Washington)  The American Psychological Association has upgraded APA PsycNET®, its content delivery platform, to strengthen overall search and to help researchers find the most relevant psychology-related content with greater ease and precision. The improvements include responsive web design, enhanced functionality and a powerful technology upgrade. In addition, related content links now appear […]


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The new English website of Peking University Library

(21 March 2017, Peking University)  On 20 March 2017 the English version of Peking University Library homepage (http://www.lib.pku.edu.cn/portal/en) was formally launched and ready to provide services for readers. Through carrying out extensive research on English portal sites of prestigious universities in non-English speaking countries, Peking University Library primarily targeted at ‘aesthetically pleasing design, comprehensive content, […]


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Springer Healthcare launches Medicine Matters, a new medical education website

(15 February 2017) The content-rich portal will provide physicians and healthcare professionals with a reliable, free source of medical education, designed to promote best clinical practice and improved health outcomes. The website currently focuses on the latest advances in diabetes medicine at diabetes.medicinematters.com. The global rollout plan includes local language-supported content within new websites for […]


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The National Library of China website wins award

(8 December 2016) On 24 November, the Department of General Affairs of the Ministry of Culture, Network Security and Information Leading Group Office of the Ministry of Culture issued The circular on commending advanced institutions of 2016 the Ministry of Culture government websites construction. The National Library of China (NLC) website ranked the first with […]


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New SCOAP3 website launched

(16 March 2016) SCOAP3 has had  a complete redesign of its website. As of today the new information portal is accessible at http://scoap3.org. The new SCOAP3 website includes information about its business model and governance structure, a list of partners and journals as well as helpful information about the SCOAP3 repository. A new FAQ section and direct links to […]


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The new University of Chicago Press journals website is now live

(4 January 2016) Effective Monday, 4 January 2016, all journals published by the University of Chicago Press Journals Division are hosted on its  new website featuring a flexible, reader-friendly interface. Chicago is no longer a part of the JSTOR Current Scholarship Program and current issues will cease being hosted on JSTOR at the end of […]


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New website makes finding open access information at ANU easy

(19 October 2015) A new Open Research at ANU website launched today, coinciding with International Open Access Week, delivering a comprehensive guide to the benefits and policy requirements of open access publishing for researchers and academics at The Australian National University. The new website has been designed to: Enable the world to access the great research […]


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The Swinburne University of Technology Library has a new website

20 July 2015) New content and design has been created for the library homepage, search, about the library, referencing, study space and computers, services for teachers and services for researchers, and more. More here.


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Columbia University Press has a new interface

(6 July 2015) Just in time for the 20th anniversary of CIAO (Columbia University Affairs Online) this year, the new site features a brand new interface, vastly improved searching and more content than ever before, including books, videos and detailed maps. – Improved functionality – A brand new design and user-friendly interface – Faceted search […]


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