EDINA Newsline

June 2009: Volume 14.2

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In this Issue:

Key service renewals for 2009

Digimap, Film & Sound Online, CAB Abstracts, Land Life Leisure, Statistical Accounts, and agcensus.

SUNCAT user satisfaction survey

Survey confirms users are getting the most out of SUNCAT.

SALSER updated

New libraries and a new go button.

UKBORDERS single login

Athens login to disappear from UKBORDERS.

DataShare project success

DataShare has advanced the current provision of repository services for accommodating datasets in the UK.

EM-Loader entry short-listed in Repository Challenge

Prototype to help researchers submit papers to a repository gains a place on international competition short-list.

CLOCKSS preserves access to discontinued OUP title

Journal title ending triggers CLOCKSS archive.

New faces on EDINA Helpdesk

Two arrive, one leaves.

Supporting you remotely

Online courses to resume in fall.

Film & Sound Online update

More Wellcome films swell ranks of Film & Sound Online.

Jorum Learning & Teaching competition

Jorum hosts competition for learning objects.

Forthcoming Events

Upcoming conferences, exhibitions, and training events.


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