EBSCO Information  Services and NetAdvance have joined forces allowing metadata from NetAdvance’s JapanKnowledge collection to be added to EBSCO  Discovery Service (EDS). Virtual Strategy brought this news to our attention in their article, “New Agreement Between EBSCO and NetAdvance Provides Japanese-Language Content to  EBSCO Discovery Service.”

This new partnership provides access to quality content in all subject areas and for researchers at every level. The content includes Japanese-language content geared to educational institutions, researchers, and  businesses. The metadata offers Japanese language dictionaries (Japanese,  English-Japanese, Japanese-English and English-English), two dictionaries of  current words, a dictionary of scientific terms as well as a biographical  dictionary, and more.

Accessibility to data arranged in ways to make findability faster and easier is always an accomplishment worth bragging about.

Melody K. Smith

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