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Tuesday, May 17, 2011

The McGraw-Hill eBook Library

The McGraw-Hill eBook Library gives libraries the opportunity to expand their collections at a lower cost and without adding shelf space. Librarians are able to monitor usage with web analytics available through the eBook Library's DRM interface. With a subscription, libraries will get regular updates to the eBook Library's content, making this resource always current with cutting-edge information for users. Access is sold on a flexible one-to-four-year subscription basis with free-of-charge monthly updates and unlimited concurrent usage. Library users have access to McGraw-Hill exceptional content wherever and whenever they want by subscribing to the library's catalog. They will find the search ability of the eBook Library simple to use with relevant, thorough results. Users can also create their own accounts, add notes, bookmarks and highlights and print parts of the book for their personal use.
In its initial launch, the McGraw-Hill eBook Library will have approximately 1,050 titles available in 50-plus pre-assembled collections

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