Tag Archives: Springer Book Archives

Springer Book Archives completed with more titles than anticipated

(New York / Heidelberg, 22 January 2014)  Springer kicked off 2014 by announcing two major accomplishments. The publisher completed its Springer Book Archives (SBA), a four-year project to digitize nearly every book it had published from the 1840s to 2004. Whereas the company originally anticipated that around 100,000 books would be part of this effort, […]


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Waseda University first in Asia to acquire the Springer Book Archives

(New York / Heidelberg / Tokyo, 11 April 2013) Today, Springer announced that the Waseda University Library, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, Japan, acquired the English-language Springer Book Archives (SBA). Members of the university community now have online access to Springer content dating back to 1842 via SpringerLink (link.springer.com), Springer’s online platform. This is the first such purchase, not only […]


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The Springer Book Archives now contain 72,000 titles

(New York / Heidelberg / Bournemouth, 8 April 2013)     Today at the British UKSG Conference in Bournemouth, Springer announced that the Springer Book Archives (SBA) now contain 72,000 eBooks. This news represents the latest developments in a project that seeks to digitize nearly every Springer book ever published, dating back to 1842 when the publishing company was […]


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Springer launches the Springer Book Archives

(Heidelberg / New York / Seattle, 25 January 2013) Springer now offers online access to 37,000 historic, English-language eBooks with the launch of the Springer Book Archives (SBA) at the 2013 American Library Association’s Midwinter Meeting (ALA MW). The SBA will be completed by the end of this year, and when finished researchers, students and […]


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