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Indiana University Selects EBSCO Discovery Service™ to Give Users What They Expect Online

~Incoming Freshmen, Graduate Students and Faculty Able to Connect to More Resources to Explore and Find Answers Faster ~

CZP Drops eBooks prices on Amazon.com

, Ontario (September 1, 2010) - To encourage the adoption of eBooks, ChiZine Publications (CZP) has dropped the prices of their Kindle-edition books on Amazon.

Novels and short story collections that were priced at $9.95 have dropped to $5.95, and novellas priced at $6.95 are now $3.95. On Amazon.co.uk, novels and collections prices were lowered from £6.95 to £4.59, while the price for novellas dropped from £4.59 to £2.86.

National Bureau of Economic Research Content Available through EBSCO Discovery Service™

~ Working Papers, Conference Papers and Monographs from NBER Accessible via EBSCO Discovery Service™ ~

IPSWICH, Mass. — September 2, 2010 — EBSCO Discovery Service™ (EDS) customers will have access to content from the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER)—expanding the list of information accessible from within the discovery service.

Julie Czerneda and Susan MacGregor To Edit "Tesseracts Fifteen: A Case of Quite Curious Tales"

(Calgary, Alberta) EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing is delighted to announce that Julie Czerneda and Susan MacGregor will be the editors for "Tesseracts Fifteen: A Case of Quite Curious Tales", to be publishing October, 2011.

This edition of the award winning series of original Canadian Speculative Fiction comes with a twist and touch of whimsy.

Grant MacEwan University Chooses EBSCO Discovery Service™

~ Familiarity with EBSCOhost® Platform, Strong Content Coverage and the Ability to Grow Leads Grant MacEwan University to choose EBSCO Discovery Service™ ~

IPSWICH, Mass. —August 31, 2010 —Grant MacEwan University (MacEwan) has selected EBSCO Discovery Service™ (EDS) as its library discovery solution. As a long time EBSCO Publishing (EBSCO) customer, MacEwan was confident that EBSCO's familiar interface and deep content coverage would provide a strong foundation upon which to launch its new discovery service.

The C.G. Jung Institute of San Fransisco Partners with ByWater Solutions for Koha Support and Implementation

August 30th, 2010
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The C.G. Jung Institute of San Fransisco Partners with ByWater Solutions for Koha Support and Implementation

ByWater Solutions, an open source community supporter and official Koha support company, announced today that the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, CA. has partnered with them for the implementation and support of their official Koha integrated library system installation.

American Council of Learned Societies’ Humanities E-Book Goes Live with Koha

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Norcross, GA — August 26, 2010
The American Council of Learned Societies’ Humanities E-Book has gone live with Koha. Equinox Software is providing hosting services and performed the initial data migration.

EBSCO Publishing Extends Text-to-Speech Feature to All EBSCOhost® Databases

~New EBSCOhost ®Feature Supports Reading & Comprehension Benefitting School and Public Library Databases ~

IPSWICH, Mass. —August 26, 2010 — EBSCO Publishing (EBSCO) has added text-to-speech (read aloud) support to EBSCOhost® databases, including its major school and public library databases, by embedding Texthelp Systems’ SpeechStream toolbar—a valuable benefit provided at no additional cost to the user. Users will be able to take advantage of this new feature with any full-text articles available in HTML.

University Libraries and College Libraries Sections Call For Proposals for our 2011 ALA Annual Program

The University Libraries and College Libraries Sections invite proposals for our 2011 ALA Annual Conference Program:

Academic Librarian Lightning Round! Innovative New Roles

Call for Papers -- Modern Librarian

Modern Librarian is currently accepting manuscripts for its inaugural issue. The journal's mission is to advance the the profession of librarianship and those who practice it, as well as to examine those questions and challenges faced by the institutions and practitioners of library science. We are dedicated to encouraging and publishing scholarship that is focused on the challenges of librarianship. We particularly encourage work that is grounded in empirical research, but other forms of scholarship are also welcome.