|EBSCO strengthens its leadership position |
EBSCO announced today that its 2013 Information Days in Norway were judged by delegates to have been successful in helping librarians to face the challenging task of promoting the resources in their own libraries, and letting their users know there is an alternative to traditional search engines.
|EBSCO Appoints New General Manager to Lead UK and Nordic Operations |
LONDON — April 18, 2013 — EBSCO announced today that Paul Harwood has been appointed into a new role as General Manager of the UK and Nordic operations for EBSCO Information Services. Paul will officially start with EBSCO on 30 May 2013.
|NTNU selects EBSCO as supplier of periodicals, e-books and discovery platform|
London – 6 December 2012– EBSCO announced today that it has been selected as the supplier for print and electronic periodicals, e-books, and associated subscription management and access services such as a discovery tool for NTNU, Norway’s primary institution for the education of engineers and scientists. It is also Norway’s second largest university, with approximately 20,000 students and 4,000 employees.
|The Future of the Academic Information Supply Chain|
London – 13 November 2012 – EBSCO Information Services Europe is pleased to announce the release of a series of five papers reporting the results of a survey on the future of the academic information supply chain.
|EBSCO New Jersey Regional Office Reopens After Superstorm Sandy|
BIRMINGHAM, Ala.—Nov. 6, 2012—The EBSCO Information Services Regional Office in Tinton Falls, N.J., has reopened. In the wake of superstorm Sandy, large swaths of the Northeast were beset with widespread damage and power outages; relief efforts are now underway. EBSCO appreciates your concern for its employees, customers, and community during this challenging time.
|EBSCO New Jersey Regional Office Affected by Superstorm Sandy|
BIRMINGHAM, Ala.—October 30, 2012—Due to superstorm Sandy, the EBSCO Information Services Regional Office in Tinton Falls, N.J., is closed indefinitely and will reopen when officials deem the area to be safe. The storm has caused widespread damage and power outages throughout the Northeast, but EBSCO’s offices and employees are safe. Updates will be provided as information is made available.
|APUC Selects EBSCO as Sole Supplier of Periodicals and Related Information Services |
London – 18 September 2012– EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO) announced today that it has been selected as the sole supplier for print and electronic periodicals, e-journal packages, and associated subscription management and access services for the Advanced Procurement for Universities and Colleges (APUC) Limited. As such, EBSCO will serve 19 universities and more than 45 colleges in Scotland.
|EBSCO Releases 2013 Serials Price Projection Report|
Birmingham, Ala. — Sept. 14, 2012 — Each year, EBSCO releases its Serials Price Projections. This report, based on surveys of a wide range of publishers and reviews of historical serials pricing data, provides serials price projections that will assist information professionals as they make budgeting decisions for the upcoming renewal season.
|Nawin Gupta Appointed Secretary General of the ASA|
Birmingham, Ala. — September 22, 2011 — As a member of the Association of Subscription Agents & Intermediaries, EBSCO is pleased to announce the appointment of Nawin Gupta as Secretary General of the ASA, effective immediately. Gupta will be based in Chicago.
|EBSCO Releases Serials Price Projections for 2012 |
Birmingham, Ala. — Sept. 16, 2011 — Each year, EBSCO strives to help customers plan by projecting publisher price increases for the upcoming year. We use recent information received from both large and small publishers as well as historical price data to calculate these projections. While based upon careful analysis, we recommend that subscribers exercise caution when using these projections, as they rely on historical trends and current estimates.