See how EBSCO is working with publisher partners and industry leaders to establish best practices for creating accessible e-book files to enhance the user experience.
From Content Creation to Content Delivery: How EBSCO eBooks™ Builds an Accessible User Experience
February 22, 2018
Curating subject set collections requires insight into understanding quality e-books, popular topic areas and library needs. Lauren Forsyth, MLIS, describes the process of building these unique collections.
Creating E-book Subject Sets to Simplify Acquisitions and Meet Departmental Needs
February 15, 2018
Food science and nutrition experts at IFIS Publishing share insights into the value of indexing for research. Rhianna Jones, the Head of Marketing at IFIS Publishing, describes the process and its value.
The Value of Indexing for Accelerating Research
February 07, 2018
On Tuesday, May 2nd, EBSCO launched its first-ever EBSCO Stand By Me Project event at Endicott College, In Beverly, Massachusetts.
We’ve Gone To The Dogs…to Help College Students Battle Academic Stress
January 31, 2018
By taking advantage of e-book usage analytics, librarians can gain valuable insight to make informed buying decisions.
Top EBSCO eBooks of 2017: Using Data to Compile the Best eBook Collections
January 31, 2018
Students can download DRM-free e-book chapters and citations saving time and increasing productivity when using Google Drive for academic research projects.
Three Ways Google Drive Improves Academic Research Workflow
January 24, 2018
Academic library users depend on the successful delivery of library services. We created Maria to help explain the issues impacting the user experience.
Get to Know Maria, An Academic Library User
December 20, 2017
EBSCO celebrates the hard work of librarians this holiday season. We wish you a safe and healthy holiday season and a Happy New Year!
The Data Song
December 19, 2017
Digital information is how we consume information, but how do we know when information is false and improve our media and information literacy skills?
Media and Information Literacy in the Digital Age
December 18, 2017
Le Répertoire international de la presse musicale (RIPM) is the only internationally coordinated initiative created to preserve, reconstruct and provide access to music periodical literature published in Europe and the Americas from approximately 1760 to 1966.
Uncovering the Untold History of Music with RIPM
December 14, 2017
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