jake (Jointly Administered Knowledge Environment) is a reference source which makes finding, managing, and linking online journals and journal articles easier for students, researchers, and librarians. jake does this by managing online resource metadata with a database union list, title authority control, linking tools, and a local holdings layer.
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Release Notes: Database lists are now available as MARC records, the XML datafeed is more reliable and complete after scripts were rewritten to use DOM, small fixes were made to the search schema, html comments added to simplify parsing, and several bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: 30 new database lists, including many EBSCO products.
Release Notes: Over 14,000 (65%) of serials cross-referenced now have Library of Congress subject headings, classifications, or Dewey classifications, and jake may be searched according to these, initial support for a complete data localization framework so libraries may experiment with customizing front-ends and results according to local holdings, and several bugfixes and UI tweaks, including easy-to-download database content lists.
Release Notes: Renaming/reorganziation of stylesheets for modularity, new non x-ref'd titles to search results, new links to per-database title lists, a better layout of search results with columns for links and provider names, and several bugfixes.
Release Notes: A new data release, with CIC and several other databases added, and minor stylesheet bugfixes.