Forthcoming IGI Global major reference works

(13 May 2020) With 1.6 billion children out of school1 and an escalating unemployment rate across the world, the current COVID-19 pandemic is challenging the way businesses and schools are adapting during this turbulent time, with a focus on the importance of technology as these entities transition to an online-only environment. Understanding the importance of having timely research in these areas, IGI Global is releasing three major reference works that cover comprehensive topics ideal during COVID-19, including human resource and organizational development, educational technologies and applications, and more. Edited by Mehdi Khosrow Pour, D.B.A, Executive Editor of IGI Global, USA, and set to release in June and July 2020, view these noteworthy, forthcoming publications below:

Upon these publications’ release, they will be added to IGI Global’s InfoSci®-Books database. The InfoSci-Books database offers specific features ideal for online-only environments, including unlimited simultaneous users, virtually no DRM, and no embargo of content (research available months in advance of print release), as well as provides an affordable way to acquire these timely publications, along with 5,900+ additional titles spanning 11 core subject areas, including business, computer science and IT, education, and more. Institutions that invest in IGI Global’s InfoSci-Databases can take advantage of IGI Global’s OA Fee Waiver Initiative, which provides institutions with an additional source of OA funding.

Additionally, IGI Global will provide a holdings analysis for your institution and provide 100% credits towards the purchase of IGI Global’s InfoSci-Databases, as well as convert any of your previously acquired IGI Global print holdings to electronic formats directly through our InfoSci® platform at a 50% discount.

For questions about these publications, IGI Global’s InfoSci-Databases, or to take advantage of the above offer, contact your iGroup Representative or IGI Global’s Director of Sales for Asia-Pacific, Mr. Darren Viollet, at or +61 (0) 419 875 240.

1UNICEF. (N.d.) “Keeping the World’s Children Learning through COVID-19.” Retrieved from