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Facet Publishing announce the publication of Metadata in the Digital Library by Richard Gartner

Posted 19 November 2021


Global publishers unite to explain recommendations from climate change research

Posted 10 November 2021


Exact Editions has partnered with Jisc to provide a new deal for further education (FE) colleges across the UK that is available until the end of March 2022.

Posted 8 November 2021


New Learning Centers Provide Comprehensive Teaching and Learning Support of Primary Sources For Faculty and Students to Further Develop Digital Literacy and Critical Thinking Skills

Posted 2 November 2021


Over 150 books focussing on climate change and sustainability from 39 German, French and English-language publishers can now be freely read, browsed and searched as part of an unprecedented and innovative virtual showcase, created in support of the 2021 U

Posted 28 October 2021


“We’re excited about participating in the Climate Change Knowledge Cooperative - it’s a powerful and practical way to make research work harder for the public good."

Posted 26 October 2021


Facet Publishing announce the publication of The Qualitative Landscape of Information Literacy Research by Annemaree Lloyd

Posted 20 October 2021


17 scholarly communications companies are now working together to make it easy for the public to find key climate research and understand its recommendations.

Posted 19 October 2021


Library services platform meets high standards for cloud services security

Posted 6 October 2021


American Meteorological Society, BRILL, De Gruyter, Delta Think, Frontiers, IOP Publishing, IOS Press and Wiley join Climate Change Knowledge Cooperative

Posted 5 October 2021



OCLC negotiates partnerships to make content discoverable through libraries

Posted 28 September 2021


Re-Editions’ Replica Man launches digital edition on the Exact Editions platform.

Posted 27 September 2021


Cross-sector initiative will explain key climate science research for broader audiences Launch partners include Royal Society of Chemistry and AIP Publishing

Posted 21 September 2021


Facet Publishing announce the publication of Playing Games in the School Library by Sarah Pavey

Posted 14 September 2021


Over 35 book publishers have contributed titles focussing on the climate crisis and sustainability to a streamlined virtual showcase hosted on the Exact Editions platform.

Posted 7 September 2021


Partnership will offer Talis Aspire to OCLC WorldShare Management Services libraries in select countries

Posted 1 September 2021



Poetry magazine Magma Poetry has completed the digital archive to encompass each and every issue dating back to 1994.

Posted 19 August 2021


Annual digital subscriptions to the complete archive of food history journal Petits Propos Culinaires (PPC) are now available through publishing platform Exact Editions.

Posted 2 August 2021


Digital platform Exact Editions has published a freely-accessible ‘Climate Crisis Resource Page’ in collaboration with over 50 of their publishing partners.

Posted 26 July 2021


J.R.R. Tolkien’s epic trilogy—featuring a fresh audio experience—is coming to listeners this September

Posted 21 July 2021


Educational music publication In Tune Monthly has launched subscriptions to a modern digital archive of issues on the Exact Editions platform.

Posted 19 July 2021


North American political magazine The Progressive has launched a brand new digital archive of issues on the Exact Editions platform.

Posted 13 July 2021


New Political Extremism and Radicalism Archive Examines the Development, Ideologies and Rhetoric of Extreme Right-Wing Groups in America

Posted 12 July 2021


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