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Since the beginning of ebooks, we’ve partnered with public libraries to meet their patrons’ needs. Our diverse selection of ebooks in subjects like Schools & Studying, Career Development, Arts & Leisure, and Practical Life Skills enable us to offer custom solutions for statewide systems, consortia and individual libraries.
By joining forces under ProQuest, we now offer an unparalleled ebook experience with the widest content offering, most innovative models, and end-to-end workflow solutions.
Subscriptions are an affordable way to offer coverage of multiple topics with Public Library Complete™. All ebrary subscriptions offer unlimited access and continued growth at no extra cost.
Our Demand-driven Acquisition models enable libraries to open the floodgates to vast numbers of titles of their choice, while only having to purchase those that are used. We offer the option of including flexible Short-term Loans as well as automatic weeding capabilities.
Available with unlimited-user, three-user and single-user licenses, this model enables libraries to buy individual titles as well as discounted packs. EBL’s Non-Linear™ Lending and ebrary’s Extended Access™ allow libraries to reduce upfront costs and prevent turnaways.
ebrary continues to partner with the world’s leading educational publishers such as ALA Editions, ASCD, Classroom Complete and National Science Teacher Association.
We partner with book vendors such as Baker and Taylor, YBP and Coutts, enabling libraries to acquire titles using their existing print and digital workflow. Our resellers distribute our solutions to libraries around the world.
To help libraries efficiently and affordably acquire the ebooks their users’ need, we continue to partner with consortia and regional networks. We have also pioneered Patron Driven Acquisition programs specifically for state and public libraries.
Teamwork is key to supporting the entire ebook workflow, so we continue to integrate and enhance our solutions with both ProQuest and third-party technologies including course management software like Moodle and Blackboard.