Springer Nature is providing libraries and research institutions with a broader range of choice in how they purchase and access digital book content. Its new eBook solutions will provide librarians in academic and corporate institutions with a range of flexible options to meet individual needs and budgets.
In a pioneering move, Springer Nature launched its eBook Collections in 2006, and the publisher is continuously expanding the portfolio. It is currently available for 21 academic disciplines in English language. Using the experience and expertise, Springer Nature has now launched a wider variety of purchasing options for eBooks across its well-established imprints, such as Springer, Palgrave and Apress.
Springer Nature’s Flexible eBook Solutions are: the Single Title model allows users to pick and choose a minimum of 20 titles per purchase from a mix of disciplines and all copyright years; Access & Select offers an evidence-based selection combined with eBook access and additional services; and a set of five reference modules gives access to Major Reference Works from across all copyright years, including both, the living and static editions.
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