EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO) and Melbourne University Publishing (MUP), Australia’s oldest university press, have partnered to increase e-book options for libraries. This new partnership will provide EBSCO customers with unlimited user access to MUP titles on DRM-free EBSCO eBooksTM
Under this agreement, users avoid limitations on printing, saving and/or downloading. No sign-in or Adobe ID is required, and no special software is needed to access these titles. Librarians have the choice between the DRM-free unlimited user version of a title or a limited user model (1U or 3U) with standard DRM-protection, enabling them to maximise their budgets and customise their collections to meet user demand.
Users of DRM-free e-books have access to PDF and EPUB DRM-free downloads, either for the entire book or at the chapter level. DRM-free e-books allow researchers to access individual chapters or whole e-books from multiple devices with no activation process, achieving maximum value of expenditure on books through favourable pricing, as well as access to a range of cost-effective ancillary services such as the supply of MARC records and pre-processing of books.Brought to you by Scope e-Knowledge Center, a trusted global partner for digital content transformation solutions - Abstracting & Indexing (A&I), Knowledge Modeling (Taxonomies, Thesauri and Ontologies), and Metadata Enrichment & Entity Extraction. Click here to read the original press release.