E-Products for Academic Libraries: 2014 Buying Guide

S. Bjorner
2014 ChoiceReviews  
ChoiCe remains freely available (no subscription required) on Choice Reviews Online . This year the e-product directory is arranged by subject in categories that will be familiar to Choice readers. on Choice Reviews Online the buying guide can be browsed with the aid of links from the subject category headings on the right panel. headings proceed from General through humanities, SciTech, and Social and Behavioral Science categories, to many of Choice's useful interdisciplinary topics, to a
more » ... section on library and research tools. Readers will find all types of electronic products listed: databases, software, and services; e-book, e-journal, and e-reference collections; and individual e-book and e-reference titles. Within a subject category, entries are alphabetical by name and include a short description and a live link for more information. The directory concludes with an alphabetical listing of the publishers whose products are represented, including the URL of the main website for general company information. Facebook and Twitter addresses for each organization are listed too, as those sites are where the publishers actively give new information about events and publications that will update this listing throughout the coming year. Choice thanks the publishers who provided information for this annual feature. Compiled by Susanne Bjørner "i t's all digital." Well, it's not, really, but it is true that a tremendous quantity of information, culture, and scholarly discourse is available in digital format, on nearly every subject in the undergraduate curricula. This edition of Choice's annual e-product buying guide collects and presents 250 new and enhanced electronic products, from sixty-two different publishers, that are useful in teaching undergraduates and of interest to academic libraries. including many titles that will be released or improved throughout the coming academic year, the Buying Guide is designed to serve as a year-long reference and Susanne Bjorner (sbjorner@ala-choice.org) is Choice editor at large for digital products Want to see your library on our cover? CHOICE magazine is looking for images of academic library buildings to use on our cover. Here are the basic requirements: • Exterior or interior shot of the library building • Vertical (portrait) orientation (horizontal buildings rarely fit well on a 8.5"x11" issue cover without extreme cropping. This typically does not provide a good representation of the building) • Image should be 300 dpi or better at 8.5"x11" For more information or to submit images, please contact:
doi:10.5860/choice.51.12.2115 fatcat:teuorlotvzh6xjmgj6mvgb6tjy