Magazine article Information Today

SIRSI Forms Partnership with EBSCO, Announces Unicorn Selection. (Library Systems Today)

Magazine article Information Today

SIRSI Forms Partnership with EBSCO, Announces Unicorn Selection. (Library Systems Today)

Article excerpt

SIRSI Corp. has announced that it will provide instant access to EBSCO Publishing's NoveList, an e-library resource. The company also announced that the British Museum's Anthropology Library has chosen its Unicorn library management system.

EBSCO Partnership

NoveList assists fiction readers in finding new authors and titles by using a favorite author, title, or content description as a template. Users can browse more than 100,000 titles through a variety of means, such as theme-oriented book lists, awards lists, and fiction-related Web sites. NoveList contains materials for all ages and provides enhanced subject access, including reviews, annotations, and summaries.

Under the terms of the agreement, current NoveList subscribers will receive access through a single interface for searching the library's catalog, the NoveList database, and the Web. SIRSI will allow this access through its iBistro and iLink e-library solutions. The expanded electronic resource will be available to more than 10,000 individual libraries served by SIRSI throughout the world, as well as to new SIRSI customers.

"We are pleased to meet a need that has been expressed to us by our customers. This partnership allows us to help libraries meet the demands of today's online information seekers, who are looking for quality content through a single source," said Laura Dawson, SIRSI's director of content development. …

Search by... Author
Show... All Results Primary Sources Peer-reviewed

Oops!

An unknown error has occurred. Please click the button below to reload the page. If the problem persists, please try again in a little while.