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Gale Databases Now Directly Accessible Via Ex Librisí Primo Central

Ex Libris Group (www.exlibrisgroup.com) announced that following an agreement with Gale (www.gale.com), a number of Gale's academic databases can now be accessed directly via the Primo Central mega-aggregate of scholarly e-content. The flagship full-text periodical databases Academic OneFile and General OneFile, together with the Eighteenth Century Collections Online and Sabin America resources, are now available via Primo Central.

Gale, part of Cengage Learning, is the latest of the rapidly expanding group of aggregators who have chosen to make their content accessible to library users via Primo Central-a centralized index comprising data harvested from primary and secondary publishers and aggregators.

Gale has provided metadata for the e-journals in these databases for central indexing by Primo Central. With Primo Central, users simultaneously search locally managed collections and global e-content and receive search results that are blended into a single relevance-ranked list. Primo Central is now undergoing beta testing by 14 Primo Central partner libraries around the world, and will be available to the customer community later this year.

Source: Ex Libris Group



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