In the first quarter of 2007, 18 Asian institutions chose Scopus as the preferred database for their university library.
The Committee on Institutional Cooperation (CIC) has announced a collective agreement to digitise up to 10 million volumes as part of the Google Book Search project.
Book and library systems must be ready for 13-digit ISBNs by early next year, when ISBNs with a prefix of 979 start to be assigned.
Scopus is being made available to 44 of Brazil's leading universities and research institutes.
The University of Manchester has used Talis Keystone to integrate its library services within its campus uPortal.
The Royal Library of Denmark has chosen Ex Libris' Primo discovery and delivery product as the interface to all local and remote scholarly information resources.
Medical researchers and doctors in training regularly use online journals, even if they have to do so from their local internet cafe, according to new research published in BMC Health Services Research.
The Wayne State University Libraries have achieved real-time acquisition of user statistics from within Innovative Interfaces' electronic resource management system.
Chongqing Library in China has chosen the ALEPH 500 integrated library system from Ex Libris.
Lynne Brindley, chief executive of The British Library, has become the new chair of The European Library Management Board.