Patrick Sommers is resigning from his position of chief executive officer of library-management system company SirsiDynix.
Princeton University, USA, has joined the Google Library Project and will digitise approximately one million public-domain books from its collections.
Ovid and Elsevier are providing researchers across Germany with access to scientific journal and database archives.
The New York Public Library's Science, Industry and Business Library has licensed Wiley's peer-reviewed journals.
The Institute for Scientific and Technical Information (INIST) of the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) has become the first French member of the LOCKSS Alliance.
Innovative Interfaces has signed up four new development partners for its Encore platform.
Provider of e-content services, ebrary, has partnered with YBP Library Services, which provide materials to the academic library community.
A private equity firm has bought library-management-system giant SirsiDynix. The buyer, Vista Equity Partners, focuses solely on investing in software and technology-enabled businesses.
Elsevier has given the Medical Library Association (MLA) a grant of $80,000 to train librarians in the African, Asian, and Latin American continents.
MPS Technologies and Thomson Scientific have successfully completed the transfer of data between their two systems, using the SUSHI (Standardized Usage Statistics Harvesting Initiative) protocol.