E-book technology firm ebrary, US, has announced publishing partnerships with 12 new publishers. Joining ebrary's growing roster of academic and professional publishing partners are Baylor University Press, Edward Elgar Publishing, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), PennWell, Peterson Institute for International Economics, Pickering & Chatto, University of Alabama Press, University of Iowa Press, University of Massachusetts Press, University of Michigan Press, University of Nebraska Press, and University of Toronto Press.
Under the deal, ebrary's new publishing partners will make their e-books and other authoritative content available to libraries and other organisations as part of ebrary's subscription and perpetual access offerings. By delivering thousands of important new titles that span a variety of subject areas, the company seeks to add depth and breadth to its existing e-book products.
ebrary seeks to help libraries, publishers and other organisations disseminate information to end users, while improving end user research and document interaction. The company has developed a flexible e-content platform, which customers may use in a number of different, integrated capacities. It currently offers a growing selection of more than 170,000 e-books and other titles from more than 290 publishers and aggregators.
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