EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO) has entered into an agreement with BiblioLabs. This partnership will result in increased access to historical content and enable libraries, museums, and other institutions to make digital content from their internal repositories available to others. We found this topic on Consumer Electronics in their article, “EBSCO Announces Agreement to Sell Products from BiblioLabs and Include Metadata in EBSCO Discovery Service.”

Metadata from BiblioLabs historical content will be searchable via EBSCO Discovery Service, and EBSCO will sell BiblioLab products.

BiblioBoard Library connects library patrons with digital archives from around the world. It includes over 14,000 e-books and consists of millions of pages of primary source content. Access to quality digital data is a great goal, and users will be rewarded with comprehensive results.

Melody K. Smith

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