eBooks Newsletter

Academic Libraries

November 2013

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What's New?

New Publisher Partnerships

EBSCO is pleased to announce that we've recently signed with the following well-respected publishers—look for their content throughout various eBook collections in the near future:

  • American Society for Training and Development (ASTD)
  • Duke University Press
  • Cornell University Press
Updated Collections

The eBook Business Collection continues to grow, now offering access to more than 10,800 titles. Business students and scholars alike will benefit from key academic, business and business association titles in this comprehensive package.

 

Contact your EBSCO Sales Representative for an updated title list and pricing information.

Recently-Released Collections

eBook History Collection

This new subscription collection features 9,000 eBook titles that cover a broad range of world history subject matter, from Medieval History, to the History of Technology & Engineering, to Law in History and beyond. All titles are available with unlimited user access, and titles are regularly added to the collection at no additional cost.

 

Contact your EBSCO Sales Representative for a title list and pricing information.

 

Top Ten Emerging Degrees Collections

These ten Featured Collections provide focused content corresponding to the top emerging academic degree programs: Biomedical Engineering, Biometrics, Business Analytics, Computer Game Design, Cybersecurity, Data Science, Forensic Science, Petroleum Engineering, Public Health and Robotics. View the title lists.

Featured Titles

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Effective Management: 20 Keys to a Winning Culture

Impossible Citizens: Dubai's Indian Diaspora

The Endtimes of Human Rights

War by Land, Sea, and Air: Dwight Eisenhower and the Concept of Unified Command

Remembering the Crusades: Myth, Image, and Identity

The Art of War: Sun Zi's Military Methods

American Society for Training & Development

Duke University Press

Cornell University Press

Yale University Press

Johns Hopkins University Press

Columbia University Press

Technical Developments

Early Check-In

Users can check-in eBooks before the check-out duration expires by using Adobe Digital Editions or the BlueFire app. Returning the eBook early will release the title for other users, which is beneficial if your library has purchased the title under a one-user or three-user simultaneous access model. Learn how.

Did You Know?

Closing an eBook

EBSCO has made it even easier for users to close out of an open eBook session so that single- and three-user titles become immediately available for others to view, with several release options from the Online eBook Viewer and the Internet browser window.

 

Now, any time a user navigates away from the book—whether they start a new search on EBSCOhost, or exit/close the tabbed browsing window—the book is automatically closed and available to other users, with no lingering session time, and no confusing "closing" requirement.


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