Conferimento della Laurea magistrale ad honorem a Michele CasaliniÈ con grande orgoglio e immenso piacere che il nostro CEO, Michele Casalini, ha ricevuto dall'Università degli Studi di Firenze la Laurea ad honorem per la sua dedizione e il suo importante contributo nel campo della Biblioteconomia e delle Scienze archivistiche.
Rinnovamento della nostra piattaforma digitale TorrossaConfermando la nostra missione di innovazione tecnologica nei servizi alle biblioteche e agli editori, abbiamo iniziato un importante processo di aggiornamento e restyling della piattaforma fulltext Torrossa, con un conseguente ampliamento della nostra offerta editoriale on line.
Torrossa Digital Library: autumn updateWe are pleased to announce new publications by the prestigious publishers Carocci, Leo S.Olschki, Franco Angeli, Fabrizio Serra and Iberoamericana.
Casalini Libri Linked Data servicesAs one of the major bibliographic agencies for data regarding European publications, Casalini Libri is particularly interested in Linked Data and the opportunities that this method of publishing structured data provides for widening the dissemination and increasing the discoverability of bibliographic data.In recent years we have been an active participant in discussions on Linked Data, metadata standards and BIBFRAME both in the US and Europe.
Law content on TorrossaSpecialist e-books and e-journals from prestigious Italian and Spanish publishers.
Olschki e-journals - La Parola del Passato now available on TorrossaThe complete archive of La Parola del Passato journal, from 1946 to 2014, is now available on Torrossa thanks to the latest digitisation effort by Leo S. Olschki publishing house.
Torrossa Digital Library: Spring updateThe Torrossa platform provides visibility, distribution support and technology to academic publishers, while simplifying purchasing, licensing and access for institutions.
Fiesole Collection Development Retreat 2018The theme for this edition, the 20th in the series, is "Serving Learning and Scholarship". The 2018 Fiesole Retreat will once again examine new technologies and service models, as well as issues in collection development and librarianship.
Torrossa Digital Library: Autumn updateNew collections are now available from Olschki, including all 2016 titles, and a new set of 150 titles from Iberoamericana. We are also pleased to announce that we have signed new agreements with several publishers such as: CPL - Centro Primo Levi; Inschibboleth edizioni; Edizioni Epoké; Passigli Editori; Silex ediciones.
Casalini Libri is an ISNI Registration AgencyOn March 1, 2017 Casalini Libri became an ISNI Registration Agency, with the scope to contribute data to the central ISNI database, provide ISNI related services to organisations and users in the information chain, as well as to support data enrichment and procedures for the reconciliation of entities.
Shibboleth now available on Torrossa PlatformWe are pleased to announce that Shibboleth is now available on the Torrossa platform, widening the range of access options to the platform for libraries and their users.
EURIG annual meeting 2017The annual meeting of EURIG 2017 in Florence and Fiesole will examine current demands in the application of RDA and possible challenges for the future.
Leo S. Olschki on Torrossa - Titles published in 2016The Leo S. Olschki publishing house has now released the electronic editions of a further 52 monographs, published during 2016. These titles join essential sources of material for researchers of Literature, Art, History, Classical Studies, Music and Bibliography already present on the Torrossa platform, encompassing the publisher's entire catalogue from 2000 to 2016.
Torrossa Spring Update 2017Some of the most prominent and historical Italian publishers will become available on Torrossa in the next few months, including Adelphi, Baldini e Castoldi, Bollati Boringhieri, Bompiani, Donzelli, Gangemi, Garzanti, Giuffré, Laterza, Marsilio, Ponte alle Grazie, Rosenberg & Sellier and UTET.
Fiesole Collection Development Retreat 2017The 2017 Fiesole Retreat will examine the theme of "The Evolving Scholarly Environment", discussing new technologies and business models, as well as the re-emerging role of collection development and librarianship in the continuing digital evolution of the scholarly ecosystem.