Enhanced options available for perpetual access to the McGraw-Hill eBook Library
(New York, 10 January 2013 /PRNewswire) McGraw-Hill Professional today announced that it is offering an enhanced purchasing program for its popular McGraw-Hill eBook Library, a digital platform delivering unparalleled access to its premium content (MHeBookLibrary.com). This new purchasing alternative – perpetual access – is designed to give libraries more flexibility in acquiring McGraw-Hill Professional’s digital content to meet the growing demands from their patrons for eBooks.
The McGraw-Hill eBook Library includes nearly 2,000 titles in collections that are continuously updated with new eBooks. Users can access hundreds of thousands of pages of content from authors who are leading authorities in the areas of engineering, computing, medical, business, and student study aids.
Academic libraries will be interested in acclaimed reference works such as Harrison’s Manual of Medicine, Fundamentals of Radar Signal Processing, and the complete catalog of course study aides, Schaum’s Outlines. Public libraries will find a wealth of titles on careers and business skills, student and career exam study guides and the highly popular series of “How to Do Everything” books on consumer technology.
“In a fast-changing environment, McGraw-Hill Professional continues to provide new ways to deliver our content and respond to our customers’ needs,” said Philip Ruppel , president of McGraw-Hill Education International and Professional. “Our enhanced perpetual access program is another way to ensure that libraries around the world have all of the options they need to build eBook collections to best serve their patrons.”
The McGraw-Hill eBook Library At-A-Glance Facts:
- Unlimited concurrent usage
- Nearly 2,000 titles in the areas of:
- Personal Computing
- Medical & Medical Test Prep
- Business, Finance & Management
- Student Study Aids
For more information about the McGraw-Hill eBook Library, including product demos, please visit www.MHeBookLibrary.com.