CRL gathers and provides information here about publishers, aggregators, preservation services, and other organizations that host, publish, and maintain digital resources of interest to the CRL community. This information is intended to inform library decisions on investment in electronic resources and related services.
Center for Disease Control and Prevention is the major operating component of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
A business and economic database and research company, based in Mumbai, India. It provides business data and services to governments, academia, financial markets, business enterprises, and the media.
Classiques Garnier Numérique offers to universities, public, private and research libraries online access to databases in the fields of literature and the humanities
CLOCKSS is a 501c3 not-for-profit organization with a decentralized system for preserving electronic scholarly content. Publishers and librarians participate in deciding procedures, priorities, and under what circumstances to trigger the release to the web of archived content. Content is stored in twelve archive nodes that are located worldwide.
For more information about CLOCKSS see the 2016 CRL webinar CLOCKSS, LOCKSS and the "Long Tail," Preserving at-risk Publishers.
Columbia University is the hosting institution for various digital libraries and archives.
Conde Nast is a dvision of Advance Publications, a mass-media company based in New York. Conde Nast is pubisher of a number of high end magazines and journals, including The New Yorker, Vogue, Vanity Fair, and Wired.
CoreLogic is an aggregator and database provider of property and related financial records in the United States, Australia and New Zealand, with a growing presence in the United Kingdom, Canada, Mexico and India.
The Cornell Institute for Social and Economic Research is an institute at Cornell University that supports the computational and data needs of Cornell social scientists and economists throughout the research process and data life cycle. The institute provides computing systems support, software consulting, and data access through its data archive.
Non-profit non-governmental organization based in Santiago de Chile, that collects, distributes, and analyzes public opinion data from Latin America.
Crimson Hexagon is a social media analytics company based out of Boston, Massachusetts.
Data-Planet™ is a large dynamic repository of statistical data.
Data.Gov is the U.S. government's website for providing public access to machine readable datasets generated by the Executive Branch of the Federal Government.
Brazilian public opinion research institute affiliated with São Paulo newspaper Folha de S.Paulo, and a property of Grupo Folha da Manhã.
Datanalisis is an independent, market research company based in Caracas, Venezuala, incorporated in 1991, with over 25 years of experience in public opinionresearch in the Andean area, Latin America and the Caribbean. Datanalisis polls are widely cited and are considered by many to track relatively closely with actual electoral results in the region.
Datanet India is a privately owned company that aggregates and provides online access to socio-economic and political statistical data about India, its states, regions, and districts.
De Gruyter is a scholarly publishing house specializing in law, humanities, and the sciences. The company is headquartered in Berlin.
De Marque is a Canadian company that specializes in the publishing and distribution of educational and cultural content. De Marque is in the field of digital cultural content distribution, specifically digital books.
From their website profile...
We are a reseller, specialized in the distribution of electronic publications. We deliver to all countries in the world, to public institutions as well as to corporate clients. We always sell for the publishers' list price. There are no extra reseller's charges except delivery costs. We deliver any available title even if it is not in our catalogue.
"DigitalGlobe is an American commercial vendor of space imagery and geospatial content, and operator of civilian remote sensing spacecraft. The company went public on the New York Stock Exchange on 14 May 2009, selling 14.7 million shares at $19.00 each to raise $279 million in capital." - Wikipedia, November 2015.
Founded in 2007, Digitalia provides digital tools and a web-based platform for distribution of a wide range of Spanish language e-books, e-journals,and other electronic publications produced by Spanish and Latin American publishers.
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