In July EBSCO Publishing and the creators of the readers’ advisory service NoveList announced the launch of LibraryAware, a new online marketing program designed to meet the growing needs of libraries to create, deliver, and measure promotional messages that extend outreach into communities and bring patrons into libraries.
The Todd Wehr Memorial Library is part of Viterbo University, a Catholic Franciscan institution in La Crosse, Wisconsin. In March 2010, library management started exploring ways to better organize and increase efficiency.
Indus International introduces the Indus 4601-SL, a screenless microfilm scanner that supports other media such as microfiche, aperture cards, micro opaque cards, and jackets. It can scan up to 600 dpi, and one major feature in the scanner is auto-advance, which allows for continuous scanning of 16mm or 35mm roll film.
Ingram has added Lerner Interactive Books to ipage. Public libraries will now have access to more than 200 interactive children’s books from Lerner Digital through Ingram. By ordering through ipage, libraries are allowed to select and purchase content on a title-by-title basis.
UCLA recently completed restorations and renovations of its Charles E. Young Research Library, and part of the effort focused on making it a greener facility. The research library’s collections, services, and facilities primarily support the needs of faculty and graduate students.
At the ALA Annual Conference in Anaheim this June, EFI introduced its latest product—the M500 station. The EFI M500 station not only allows for copying but enables printing in a number of ways including: print from USB drive, print from mobile devices, and print from cloud accounts.