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Ebrary cuts 'eBook' deal with new publishers

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Californian electronic content services provider, ebrary, has joined forces with several new publishers to make so-called eBooks and other content available to libraries and other organisations under flexible payment and access models.

The new publishing partners include University of Virginia Press, Allen & Unwin, Center for Creative Leadership (CCL), A&C Black, and Vandeplas Publishing.

Ebrary has developed a flexible eContent platform, which can be used to purchase or subscribe to eBooks and other content under a variety of pricing and access models. The platform can also be licensed to distribute online content and currently offers more than 120,000 eBooks and other titles.

‘ebrary welcomes these new publishing partners, and we look forward to offering their content to libraries throughout the world,’ said Leslie Lees, ebrary’s vice president of Content Development.