ebrary has announced that Princeton University Press and Elsevier Science's Science & Technology Division have agreed to make their book titles available through ebrary's multiple online channels, which include libraries, institutions, and other online organizations.
Princeton University Press
Princeton University Press will make hundreds of frontlist and backlist titles available through ebrary. According to the announcement, the agreement will enable libraries to give their patrons multiuser access to professional, scholarly, and general nonfiction titles from the convenience of their computers, while presenting new distribution opportunities for Princeton University Press.
"This new partnership with ebrary supports Princeton's mission to disseminate scholarship within academia and to society at large," said Adam Fortgang, marketing director at Princeton University Press. "Using ebrary's breakthrough technology and distribution channels, we can achieve this goal by providing a secure, efficient way to deliver our copyright-protected works to researchers, students, and other professionals."
"Princeton publishes works of inestimable value and importance on numerous topics ranging from American history to physics," said Christopher Warnock, ebrary's CEO. …