FEDLINK member libraries are invited to attend a presentation by ebrary; Wednesday, November 2nd, 2:30pm-3:30pm.
FLICC/FEDLINK Training Room, Adams Bldg, Rm 216
Please call (202)707-4800 to register for this session.
Patrick Moore, Director of Government Sales, will present how ebrary's
electronic book collections provide the content and technology that make the library research experience richer and more productive.
Collection Subscription Options
A. Government Complete Collection
With more than 17,400 titles (as of 10/20/05) Government Complete spans multiple subject areas including Business, Management & Leadership, Computers, Technology & Engineering, Government Affairs, International Relations & Military Affairs, and Science & Environmental Studies.
This premier collection also covers Architecture, Criminology, Demography, Immigration/ Emigration, Language & Communications, Medicine, Housing & Real Estate and Recreation.
Government Complete is priced based on number of users.
Government Complete continues to grow monthly at no additional cost
throughout the subscription term. Last year, we grew our collections by more than 60%.
B. Government Subject Collections
We offer the following Fixed Collections, which have flat-rate pricing at
$4500 ($3825 via FEDLINK). These collections can be accessed in single or multiple year subscription terms.
. Business, Management & Leadership
. Computers, Technology & Engineering
. International Relations & Military Affairs
. Government Affairs
. Science & Environmental Studies
Fall Discount Promotion
We are extending a great discount promotion through the end of the year - for libraries with the number of users above our minimum order requirement.
There is a sliding discount available based on your subscription start date from now through the end of the year. Savings options for Government Complete include:
Savings in November: $1500
Savings in December: $1000
Pricing includes license, simultaneous access, MARC records, and any
additional content added to the collection during the period of your
ebrary's Database Product
Our Dynamic Content Platform (DCP)T integrates patent-pending software with a growing collection of more than 60,000 full-text, digital books and other authoritative content from more than 200 leading academic, STM, and professional publishers.
ebrary's DCP features the ebrary ReaderT, which optimizes online viewing and navigation, and InfoToolsT, which seamlessly links search queries to multiple online databases and information on the
Some of the unique benefits of ebrary's model include:
. ACCESS to thousands of full-text titles via annual or multi- year subscription model
. SIMULTANEOUS multiple-user model guarantees each patron's access to every title 24/7 - no turn-away, timeout, or checkout limitations
. OPTIMIZED on-line searching including full-text, subject browse, Boolean, proximity and federated options
. GROWING databases of high quality monograph content - new titles are added monthly at no extra cost to your library - ebrary collections grew 60% in 2004
. IMMEDIATE user access to titles - even over remote dial-up connection
- ebrary's EDF technology delivers the PDF books to the user's desktop
quickly one page at a time
. LINKING via InfoToolsT allows users to instantly link to relevant information within the DCP, other databases in the library or on the Web without leaving their place of reference. To activate InfoTools, all the user has to do is select any word or phrase, in any ebrary document.
. FULL INTEGRATION with existing catalog systems (OPAC) and existing on-line databases through free MARC records and the customizable InfoTools menu.
. CUSTOMIZED research user options including Personal Bookshelf, highlights, annotations as well as copying and printing with automated source citation
Additional ebrary Resources
. See how the ebrary Reader works:
. Check out InfoTools: http://www.ebrary.com/corp/flash/infotools.swf
. Overview of the DCP: http://www.ebrary.com/corp/ebraryflash.htm
. More information about ebrary content:
. Listing of ebrary's publishing partners:
James W. Oliver
FEDLINK Vendor Services Coordinator
Library of Congress
Washington, DC 20540-4935
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