Couple of interesting things about this announcement from ingenta and Oxford University Press. They are taking 700 books online, with plans to add a further 200 per year.
Equations are marked up in MathML, and the search service is built on top of Lucene.
Ingenta�s team of developers and designers, in Providence, Rhode Island and Oxford, developed the functionality and interface design to operate OSO. The �2million ($3.5m), five-year project integrates the original 700 books and an extra 200 titles a year, with other online resources. This is via active reference links within footnotes and bibliographies, including millions of journal articles. This enables the user to cross-reference information generated by a single search. [UKSG SerialseNews: Serials-eNews]
I presented updated versions of a presentation on libraries and pandemic effects and some implications for library collections recently. Each was delivered remotely, one to an event in Ostende, Belgium, and one to Milan, Italy, as unfortunately we have not yet returned to professional travel.