EBSCOhost Integration Toolkit™
The EBSCOhost Integration Toolkit enables users to access premium business content from within enterprise search applications, corporate portals, and intranets. The EBSCOhost Integration Toolkit allows corporate information professionals and IT experts to provide employees with the best content in the optimal online environment... the one already in use!
The EDS API is a REST-compatible API that provides access to an entire institution's collection through one entry point: a search box. With the EDS API, you can integrate search directly into your website to search and browse full-text databases from leading information providers.
API is a SOAP- and REST- compatible API used to establish links to EBSCOhost
databases. With the EBSCOhost
API, you can add an EBSCOhost
database search to your website or company portal.
Set up continuously updating RSS-based content feeds from EBSCO databases. For example, use this to link directly to relevant content on a library homepage. Links lead directly to the EBSCOhost
Choose your search parameters and customize your search box size and style to fit your website. Integrate it directly into your website to allow users to access premium content quickly. Multiple styles and customization options are available.
Embed persistent links to specific articles from EBSCO business databases into a portal or intranet. This feature can be used, for example, to provide links to company profiles on your portal.
Integrate EBSCO databases into a library ILS using the Z39.50 protocol. It is also a NISO standard, developed by the library community. It can be used to create a client search application, for example.
Embed the EBSCOhost
experience or provide direct article access within SharePoint through Web Parts. Improve your company portal by integrating EBSCO's rich content directly into your interface.
OpenURL linking enables users to integrate EBSCO products into their information systems and architecture.
Users can integrate EBSCO databases into a library ILS using the Z39.50 protocol. It is also a NISO standard, developed by the library community.
Import SCORM-compliant courseware from EBSCO's premium content collections into your LMS. All LMS content is sourced from the industry's most credible authorities, such as American Bar Association, Business Week, CFA Institute, Forbes, and Business 2.0.