Best wishes for a happy and safe festive season from Bezi
Thank you for your support during 2014 and we look forward to working with you again in 2015.
Office closure over the Christmas/New Year period
The Bezi office will be closed from Monday 22 December 2014 to Friday 2 January 2015, but we will check for emails intermittently in case of any urgent queries. We will be back in the office from Monday 5 January 2015.
Visit us at ALIA Online in Sydney
Bezi will be exhibiting at the upcoming ALIA Information Online 2015 Conference in Sydney on 3–5 February 2015. Come see us at Stand 15 to learn more about forthcoming releases from our publishers and to collect your free Bezi honey jar. To book an appointment, please contact Bezi at any time between now and the conference, or simply drop by the stand during the event. We look forward to seeing you there.
What’s new at Bezi in 2015?
Next year Bezi will officially become a family business when David Valier-D’Abate joins the team. David has been assisting Louise behind the scenes since Bezi began, but will now be coming on board full-time to assist with sales, marketing and client support. David has been working in the IT industry as a network engineer and trainer for the past decade and is looking forward to assisting libraries with their online resource needs.
What’s new in online resources in 2015?
Here’s a sneak peek of what’s in store from Bezi’s publishers next year:
Brill Encyclopedia of Chinese Language and Linguistics Online Brill’s Digital Library on War Studies The Brill Dictionary of Ancient Greek Online Brill’s Companions in Classical Studies Online II Critical Editions of the New Testament Online ... and more! Readex The Rand Daily Mail (South Africa), 1902–1985 Early American Newspapers, Series 11, 1803–1899 NewsBank A new interface with enhanced functionality and streamlined design is coming next year. Brand new features – such as the ability to generate a PDF for each news article – are currently undergoing user testing and are on the way.
We'll have more information on each of these forthcoming resources at ALIA Online in February next year.
Happy holidays and see you in 2015!