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From now through March 26, H.W. Wilson is offering special promotions on its Art Full Text, Art Museum Image Gallery, and Cinema Image Gallery.

New subscribers to the Art Full Text database will receive 20% off the list price for 1 simultaneous user and 30% off the list price for more than 1 simultaneous user.

New subscribers to the Art Museum Image Gallery and the Cinema Image Gallery will receive the following special bundle pricing:

$1,956 for libraries with 200,000 population served or less
$2,445 for libraries with greater than 200,000 population served

Libraries that currently subscribe to Art Museum Image Gallery or Cinema Image Gallery may add the other gallery at a commensurately reduced price.

Read more about this offer here.

Please contact Christine Morris (christinem@ohionet.org or 800-686-8975, ext. 29) if you have questions or need a quote.

From now through March 26, H.W. Wilson is offering 10% off on its Essay & General Literature and Short Story Retrospective collections. All other Retrospective collections are 20% off.

Purchasing Wilson Retrospective collections

  • gives your users a citations to millions of articles from thousands of key publications,
  • makes your serials collection more useful to researchers, with versatile searching of decades of core periodicals, and
  • offers the lowest-price option for long-term access.

Read more about this offer here.

Please contact Mary Conroy (maryc@ohionet.org or 800-686-8975, ext. 16) or Christine Morris (christinem@ohionet.org or 800-686-8975, ext. 29) if you have questions or need a quote.

March is Women’s History month and to celebrate, Alexander Street Press has made the popular online collection, Women and Social Movements in the U.S., 1600-2000, Scholar's Edition, freely accessible for the entire month.

To access Women and Social Movements, Scholar's Edition, simply visit:
http://wass.alexanderstreet.com

A mainstay of women’s history scholarship and teaching in universities worldwide, this online collection is edited by Professors Kathryn Kish Sklar and Thomas Dublin of SUNY Binghamton. This extensive collection of primary historic documents, books, images, scholarly essays, teaching tools, and book and Web site reviews documents the history of women’s activism in public life, and is one of the most heavily visited resources for women’s studies and for U.S. history on the Web. Organized around document projects written by leading scholars, the collection is a powerful research and classroom tool designed to help users develop the skills needed to analyze primary documents and conduct research. Document projects are organized around interpretive questions, each with 20-50 primary documents that address the question. Some examples are:

  • How Did the Ladies Association of Philadelphia Shape New Forms of Women's Activism During the American Revolution, 1780-1781?
  • How Did White Women Aid Former Slaves During and After the Civil War, 1863-1891?
  • How Did Black and White Southern Women Campaign to End Lynching, 1890-1942?
  • How and Why Did the Guerrilla Girls Alter the Art Establishment in New York City, 1985-1995?
  • How Have Recent Social Movements Shaped Civil Rights Legislation for Women? The 1994 Violence Against Women Act.

The Scholar's Edition also includes more than 40,000 pages of full-text sources, including:

  • Proceedings of all women's rights conventions, 1848-1869
  • Proceedings of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union, 1874-1898
  • Selected publications of the League of Women Voters, 1920-2000

Also newly added to the Scholar's Edition are:

New content is added semi-annually.

Please also be sure to check out the companion blog to Women and Social Movements, Women and Social Movements: The Online Discussion, where faculty discuss how they’ve made use of the online collection in the classroom, share syllabi, and exchange ideas.

To celebrate Teen Tech Week, Rosen Publishing is hosting an exciting new \It's Your Cause\ Video Contest.

From depression to dating to green living, your teens can spread the word about any Teen Health & Wellness topic they feel passionately about by creating a PSA (public service announcement). All videos that meet submission guidelines will be published on Teen Health & Wellness when we launch our video program this summer.

Plus, three teens will be selected at random from the pool of submissions to win an iPod Shuffle. And one library will be selected at random to win a free twelve-month subscription to Teen Health & Wellness.

Full contest details are available here.

Contact miriamg@rosenpub.com today or call (877) 381-6649 with questions about the contest or free trial access.

Nylink is pleased to announce a new partnership with OHIONET to offer True Serials™, a comprehensive serials holdings maintenance service, to information organizations, to their member libraries.

OHIONET will offer billing to its members, while Nylink will host and administer True Serials.

True Serials Core Services Include:
• Hosted Electronic Resources Management
• A-Z list service
• OpenURL Link Resolver
• Participation in Nylink's group local holdings maintenance service
• Standard and customized statistical reports
• Optional MARC record services

Built on a knowledge base that includes over 500 database and serials aggregation packages, True Serials facilitates accurate inward and outward facing serials holdings and offers streamlined local holdings updates to common resource sharing platforms. “True Serials, the first of several new services Nylink will be introducing over the next year, represents a major step in fulfilling our commitment to offer low-cost, high-efficiency solutions and choices,” said Dave Penniman, Executive Director of Nylink.

“We feel that True Serials offers a tremendous value to our members. The resources saved by automatic updating of local holdings alone are a boon to time-strapped libraries everywhere.” added Michael P. Butler, Executive Director of OHIONET.

About Nylink:
Nylink, a membership organization of all types of libraries and cultural heritage organizations in New York state, facilitates collaboration and cooperation among its members and supports access to high-quality, cost-effective resources that enable member institutions to enhance the services they provide to their constituents. A program of the State University of New York System Administration under the umbrella of the Provost’s Office, Nylink is based in Albany.

About OHIONET:
As a membership organization, OHIONET provides value to libraries and information centers through innovative technology solutions, continuous education programs relative to library trends and standards, products, training and consulting. Established in 1977, OHIONET serves more than 300 libraries in Ohio, Western Pennsylvania, and West Virginia.

Swets has announced that it has entered into a partnership with Deep Web Technologies to further enhance the performance of SwetsWise Searcher, Swets’ powerful federated search module. SwetsWise Searcher is a hosted federated search service driven by Deep Web Technology, offering impressive performance levels at an affordable price. Designed to help librarians and their users meet the challenge of searching and finding relevant results from the ever-increasing catalog of available online content, SwetsWise Searcher simplifies access to an organization’s diverse and valuable resources, along with the open Web content users are accustomed to searching.

For more information, please read the full press release, which is available here.

Optimal Resume can make sure your patrons are ready to enter the workforce as quickly as possible. Their proven, online career tools are now used at hundreds of public libraries and college career centers nationwide. Optimal Resume can help job seekers of all levels execute a successful job search.

Mark your calendar now for one of these online demonstrations!

Wednesday, February 24, 2010, at 10 a.m.
https://www2.gotomeeting.com/join/147405379
Please call in using your telephone.
Dial 215-383-1003
Access Code: 147-405-379
Meeting ID: 147-405-379

Tuesday, March 2, 2010, at 2 p.m.
https://www2.gotomeeting.com/join/775731802
Please call in using your telephone.
Dial: 630-869-1014
Access Code: 775-731-802
Meeting ID: 775-731-802

Tuesday, March 9, 2010, at 3 p.m.
https://www2.gotomeeting.com/join/809964002
Please call in using your telephone.
Dial: 217-287-4118
Access Code: 809-964-002
Meeting ID: 809-964-002

For technical assistance on any of these demonstrations, please contact:
Katherine Mensch
Optimal Resume
Office: 919.354.5026
Cell: 602.821.6835

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For more information on the discount available through OHIONET, please contact Mary Conroy (maryc@ohionet.org or 800-686-8975, ext. 16) or Christine Morris (christinem@ohionet.org or 800-686-8975, ext. 29).

OHIONET February Special: Data Storage Solution

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HEWLETT-PACKARD - HP - LTO Ultrium 3 - 400 GB / 800 GB - gold - storage media Part Number C7973A

OHIONET Member Price $28.67 ea., plus minimal shipping.

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IMATION - Imation - LTO Ultrium 3 - 400 GB / 800 GB - storage media
Part Number 27791 TDK version.

OHIONET Member Price $24.42 ea., plus minimal shipping.

OHIONET prices good through Friday, February 26, 2010 or while supplies last.

To order, contact Pam Rossman at 800-686-8975 x 10 or pamr@ohionet.org.

For product availability or questions about a product, contact Jill Boggs Brust at 800-686-8975 x 20 or jillb@ohionet.org.

To view other products OHIONET has to offer, please visit: https://www.ohionet.org/libprods_new.shtml
or https://www.ohionet.org/products-services/library-products.

Global Issues in Context has been nominated for CoDIe and Choice awards, as have other titles. In addition, Gale is introducing  "AccessMyLibrary," an iPhone application.  See Gale's Product Update Bulletin for their recent e-resource news.

Gale Product Update Bulletin for  January 2010