Those libraries in the Western U.S. might want to investigate this discount if you have any interest in Credo.Â Discount amount not mentioned in the press release, however.
Credo Reference Partners with BCR to Bring Online Reference to Member Institutions at a Discount
Boston and Oxford, October 23, 2008 â€“ Credo Reference, provider of customizable online reference collections, is pleased to announce that they are partnering with BCR to provide its services to member libraries. With the new agreement, member institutions have the option of purchasing their choice of Credo Unlimited, Credo 250 or Credo 100 at a discount.
BCR (Bibliographical Center for Research) is a multistate, nonprofit network of academic, research, school, public and special libraries that provides members with training, products, discounts and consultation expertise. BCR understands the unique challenges of libraries in this technology-driven era, and brings them together for greater success by expanding their knowledge, reach and power. Both individual libraries and state library systems can join the network. Current member states include Alaska, Colorado, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming as well as members located in additional states.
â€œBCR is the nationâ€™s oldest and most established multistate library cooperative and we are pleased to partner with them to provide Credoâ€™s reference collections to their members,â€ added Mike Sweet, Credo CEO. â€œWe know the member libraries will discover that our over three million cross-searchable entries, from 350+ titles and 61 publishers, covering every major subject, will be a key addition to their offerings.â€
The Credo page on the BCR web site is: http://www.bcr.org/services/databases/credo/reference.html.