Read NAG's response here - National Acquisitions Group EBook Response
Nielsen has added a new WorldCat® link to its market leading search and discovery service: Nielsen BookData Online. Read their press release for more information.
CILIP has published an Ebook Acquisition and Lending Briefing for Public, Academic and Research Libraries. This paper presents some of the legal, strategic and technical problems that arise from the [...]
The National Acquisistions Group has produced the following statement on the disposal of books. NAG is a professional and not for profit national organisation for people responsible for or interested [...]
Copac brings together the catalogues of over 70 major UK and Irish libraries, and in a single search you can discover the holdings of the UK’s national libraries (including the [...]
As the debate about online access to scholarly and other journals rumbles on, one of the proposals before the Finch Working Group offers a ray of hope. The Bookseller discusses [...]
NAG are pleased to announce the launch of their all-new website open to anyone interested in library issues, and particularly library acquisition and stock. In development for the past few [...]
Library patrons use the library to discover new books, and many of them buy books they discover there or even buy books that they have previously borrowed, according to a [...]
Two more universities have joined the Australia and New Zealand early-adopter programme for the EX Libris Alma library management service.
The newest members are RMIT University, in Australia, and the University of Otago, in New Zealand. These early adopters join over 60 institutions, on three continents, that have committed to [...]