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Michelle Bradley announces new position

Michelle Bradley, Manager of Engagement, Consulting, & Training at MCLS, has announced that she will be the new Director of Consulting at OhioNet. Michelle’s last day at MCLS will be May 7, 2021. “I cherish my time at MCLS and the relationships I have made with library staff in both Indiana and Michigan,” Michelle said. …Read more »


Special savings on JSTOR collections

This is a great time for MCLS members who are considering participating in JSTOR for the first time or adding new journal collections to their current JSTOR holdings. Exclusive offers available through June 30, 2021 include: Four-year academic institutions save on their one-time Archive Capital Fees (ACF), and the ACF is entirely waived for secondary …Read more »


Notes from Executive Director Scott Garrison – May 2021

MCLS is always open to new ways to serve and support member libraries, including around open access (OA) publishing and open educational resources (OER), and I’m glad to share that we will join the Open Education Network (OEN) in July as a Consortial Member. OEN is a key resource for those looking to build and …Read more »


Purchase the NYTimes.com before May 31 to get 13 months for the price of 12

The New York Times is again extending a 13-for-12 promotion for new institutions starting new subscriptions to their online resources on July 1. The online version of the New York Times, launched in 1996, includes not only the same articles, features, and images that appear in the print edition, but a wealth of additional still …Read more »


Exclusive IOP ebooks™ discount offer for MCLS members

MCLS Institute of Physics (IOP) subscribers already own IOP ebooks™ Releases 1 – 3 and usage and open rates are strong. For a limited time, any MCLS member library can add Release 4 and 5 at 20% off list price. Release 4 adds 80 additional titles and Release 5 adds 90, created to meet the needs …Read more »


Annual Spring eResources Meeting scheduled

Join us for the MCLS 2021 Spring eResources Meeting scheduled for Friday, April 23, 9am-3pm Eastern (8am-2pm Central). We’ll meet online again this year and hear from SAGE and Wiley representatives regarding the upcoming 2022 multiyear group renewals for SAGE Premier and Wiley eJournals. Other presenters include representatives from Kanopy and EBSCO. Group Purchasing Manager …Read more »


Notes from Executive Director Scott Garrison – April 2021

This month, MCLS Executive Director Scott Garrison interviews Jake Speer, Indiana State Librarian, and Randy Riley, Michigan State Librarian. Jake, Randy, and Scott discuss how libraries have adapted during the pandemic, questions that remain, and some hopes and plans for the future. 0:34 – What’s the best thing that came out of 2020 for you …Read more »


Reprints Desk launches Article Galaxy Scholar service

Since 2015, MCLS libraries have enjoyed discounts on document delivery service fees from Reprints Desk as a benefit of their membership. Reprints Desk is launching a new service called Article Galaxy Scholar (AGS). It will provide ready access to scholarly content from over 30,000 journals within minutes to seconds. The first of its kind, AGS …Read more »


Academic eBook title lists from Gale

Building on the previous article which discussed the Gale eBook platform, we have many academic discipline title lists available for review. You can purchase all the titles listed or select which titles work best for your students and faculty. Gale and MCLS are making the Opposing Viewpoints/Global Issues companion eBooks, ABC-Clio Group eBooks, IGI Global …Read more »


Add new content to your collection before FY21 ends!

Did you know that ALL eBooks on the Gale platform are DRM-free and have unlimited simultaneous use, and that Gale works with nearly 150 publishing partners? This means that not only can you get quality Gale imprint “reference” works, but you can also add titles that will supplement the programs at your college or university …Read more »


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