New Partnerships and Updated Titles Mean Greater Choices for Libraries Seeking Quality E-resources
May 14, 2104, Boston, Oxford, – Credo, the industry leader for information skills solutions, announced today several additions and updates to its Publisher and Subject Collections. Hundreds of ebooks from award-winning publishers covering today's most sought-after topics are now available, creating more opportunities for libraries to provide their users with the best in online reference content.
Recent partnerships with renowned publishers like Berrett-Koehler, Harvard Health and English Heritage Publishing, along with new titles made available from Columbia University Press and New York University Press, have enriched and built upon the growing selections available on Credo platforms. New and updated Subject Collections cover a range of disciplines including Sociology, Literature, Leadership, Theology, Dentistry, Veterinary Science, Sports Studies and more.
"The strong relationships we've forged with the world's best reference publishers are what enable us to provide such authoritative, diverse and affordable content to libraries," said Credo CEO Mike Sweet. "Our Publisher and Subject Collections, combined with our award-winning technology and services, give libraries an effective way to connect users with the answer to their immediate research questions while fostering the development of critical Information Literacy skills."
Libraries looking to enhance their e-resource collections will find that Credo offers flexible access options. Most collections are available under both subscription and perpetual access models, allowing institutions to subscribe, purchase the entire collection, or pick and choose individual titles. Collections are available on all Credo platforms and can be seamlessly integrated with any existing Credo subscriptions.