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September 10, 2013 — In addition to this week's NewsBreak(s), the editors have compiled the Weekly News Digest, featuring stories from the week just past that you should know about. Watch for additional coverage to appear in the next print issue of Information Today.

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Credo Enhances Its Subject and Publisher Collections

Librarians now have even more reference options from Credo with the launch of 19 new and updated Subject and Publisher Collections. These additions join Credo’s 80-plus collections that aggregate sources by subject or publisher, providing a one-stop platform for reference materials in its Literati solution.

A key new Publisher Collection is INTELECOM Intelligent Telecommunications, Credo’s first all-video resource. Twelve video collections from INTELECOM offer a range of topics from the environmental and earth sciences to medicine and health.

Among the New Subject Collections is the Anthropology Collection, which adds 40 titles in subject areas such as archaeology and ethnography; the new 39-title Sociology Collection explores more detailed references in social work, race and ethnicity, and social psychology. 

There are also 15 collections with updated material, including Criminal Justice, Nursing and Allied Health, and Gender and Women’s Studies.

Credo plans to release new collections on a regular basis. Content from these collections is available in the subscription and perpetual access models.

Source: Credo



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