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Academic Rights Press offers libraries complete collections of eBooks from highly respected publishers. Combining more than 90,000 titles in total, our eBook collections provide cost-effective alternatives to printed textbooks and offer additional cost and time-saving benefits such as:
- Freeing up valuable space from bookshelves and library stores
- Saving library staff time and effort by eliminating the physical handling and cataloguing of print materials
- Reducing the costs and concerns associated with the damage, loss and security of printed resources.
eBook collections are sold in their entirety, allowing libraries to build complete collections of authoritative resources from individual publishers. All collections include free MARC records to ensure that the books are easily found in your library catalogue whilst monthly COUNTER-compliant usage statistics will help you with your overall collection development and budget decisions.
Semantic indexing is prevalent throughout the collections allowing users to quickly and easily locate the eChapter or eBook they need. In addition, from September 2010, all collections will be Shibboleth ® compliant.
Search is available across all the publisher collections. The public interface to cross search collections is here (please note not all publishers are currently available in EMEA):