New York, NY (PRWEB) October 29, 2015 -- ACI Information Group’s research database, the ACI Scholarly Blog Index, is now available to the Westchester Academic Library Directors Organization’s (WALDO) member academic libraries. Through a reseller partnership, WALDO will provide favorable pricing and contract terms, subscription fulfillment, and IP address management to member libraries who subscribe to the ACI Scholarly Blog Index.
“Adding the ACI Scholarly Blog Index to WALDO is a natural fit,” explains ACI Information Group President Larry Schwartz. “Through this partnership, over 760 WALDO member libraries will be able to access authoritative blog content and insights from some of the most credentialed scholars in leading disciplines like economics, finance, medicine, and the sciences.”
As a non-profit membership organization, WALDO supports the procurement and administration of electronic information services for libraries through favorable pricing and contract terms. Academic researchers who access the ACI Scholarly Blog Index through WALDO member libraries can read the full text, review each author’s credentials and social media connections, appropriately cite sources, and have access to bookmarking workflow tools.
“When we put together this partnership, it was very important to both ACI and WALDO to get this timely and often hard to find scholarly content into the hands of people who need it during their own research processes,” says Schwartz. “Together, we developed a reseller program that is a true win for ACI, WALDO, its member libraries, and end user researchers. The goal for everyone involved was to get the best content into academic researchers’ hands, and we’ve achieved that through this new partnership.”
About ACI Information Group
ACI Information Group (http://www.aci.info) is the world’s leading aggregator of editorially selected and curated social media and blog publications. With over 10,000 news and commentary blogs and more then one million scholarly blog posts in its Indices, ACI is revolutionizing the way people conduct research by enabling them to find the authoritative social media content they’ve been missing. Professionals, researchers, scholars, and students use the highly authoritative insights and analysis provided through ACI’s editorially selected collection of social media publications to find information that is unavailable in traditional media and journals. Publishers choose to include their content in the ACI Index to reach new audiences and bolster real-time scholarly communications and post-publication discourse.
Larry Schwartz, ACI Information Group, http://www.aci.info, +1 646-873-6423, [email protected]