Because the service builds on the foundation provided by the EBSCO platform, libraries gain a full user experience for discovering their collections/OPAC—which is not typical in the discovery space.
The editing helps a lot to understand even less of the little story that's going on.
Lighting and camera are only sub-par and thus far from the abysmal standard of the rest of the movie.
By integrating the BASE data services in EDS, the content provided by the world wide repository community becomes even more visible in hundreds of academic libraries.
is quickly becoming the discovery selection for many libraries ( and an obvious partner for content providers.
For one thing the locations whose choice and local colour were about the only strong points of the movie as long as it actually remains in Bielefeld become bromidic during this part and for another, one gets the impression that the only reason to let the film play in Greece was that the staff wanted a free holiday.
Had they instead spent some of the money on ever doing second takes, say when people stumble or actors struggle with their lines halfway through a scene, that would have been money well spent.All of the lead actors and almost all of the supporting actors lack even the faintest hint of screen presence or charisma and even the few people that do would have profited from several takes the director could have chosen from.The script seems to be written by a twelve-year-old with an attention span of five lines.Bielefeld University Library is part of a growing list of publishers and other content partners that are taking part in EDS to bring more visibility to their content.With full catalogue integration, EDS provides seamless access and full-text searching for mutual customers, promoting better access to this unique collection.This would actually be the worst part of the whole movie, if it wasn't for the many moments in which screenwriters and actors try to be funny.