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Bowker Introduces Ulrich’s Resource Linker

R.R. Bowker ( has announced the introduction of Ulrich's Resource Linker, a new tool that integrates all of a library's periodicals through a single service and lets library patrons connect to those holdings by following a few simple links. The new product was developed in partnership with Openly Informatics, Inc. (, a software company that has developed "link resolver" technology built on the NISO OpenURL Standard.

Ulrich's Resource Linker is a fully hosted solution, which means that libraries' staff members are not burdened with the setup, maintenance, and updating of a link server, nor are they tasked with keeping track of all the changes in the various collections they hold in their catalogs.

Bowker is making the product available with what it says is the most flexible pricing model of any link resolver currently in the marketplace. It is also offering significant discounts for library consortia as well as any existing customers of or the Ulrich's Serials Analysis System, two other Bowker serials products for libraries. The company says this approach to pricing makes it affordable for libraries of all sizes to match their collections to a single service that best fits their budgets and users' needs. For more information, visit

Source: R.R. Bowker

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