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Today, Ingram Content Group Inc., and ProQuest announced an expanded ebook collaboration that benefits libraries worldwide.

Earlier this year, the companies teamed to make titles from Ebook Library (EBL™) available through Ingram's OASIS® content platform. Ingram has now added ebrary’s vast range of titles, integrating all ProQuest ebook titles within the platform, simplifying acquisition for the companies’ shared customers. In addition to adding titles to the OASIS platform for firm orders, EBL has also been integrated with Ingram's ebook approval plans and Demand-Driven Acquisition (DDA) services.

"Our goal is to provide the widest choice for libraries as to how and where they acquire their ebook titles," said Kari Paulson, ProQuest Vice-President and General Manager, Ebooks. "Our agreement with Ingram helps us take another step forward in meeting that goal by opening new avenues for ebook discovery and acquisition."

To read the entire press release, click here.

03 Sep 2014

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