From an ebrary press release:Â ebraryÂ®, a leading provider of e-books and research technology, today announced the availability of usage-triggered Short-Term Loans.Â Currently in beta, this groundbreaking model provides libraries with all of the benefits of traditional short-term loans with the added advantage of only paying if titles are used.
ebraryâ€™s new Short-Term Loans can be a libraryâ€™s standalone cost-saving service, or used in conjunction with ebraryâ€™s Patron Driven Acquisition program to offer an additional layer of mediation before titles are triggered for purchase.Â As YBPâ€™s preferred e-book vendor, ebrary also makes Short-Term Loans available through YBPâ€™s Demand Driven Acquisition service. Continue reading ebrary launches use-triggered short-term loans
ebrary announced today the availability of CHOICE Outstanding Academic Titles (OAT) on their platform.Â ebrary is the first aggregator to offer CHOICE OAT.
From the press release:
ebraryÂ®, a leading provider of digital content products and technologies, has partnered with CHOICE to offer digital editions of more than 1,000 of CHOICEâ€™s recent Outstanding Academic Titles. Published annually, the CHOICE OAT list represents the top 10% of more than 7,000 academic books, electronic media, and Internet resources reviewed by CHOICE that year. Continue reading ebrary Now Offering CHOICE Outstanding Academic Titles
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