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EBSCO Information Services Expands eBook Offerings With 27 New Subject Sets

Posted Feb 17, 2015
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EBSCO Information Services has enhanced its collection of eBook titles by releasing 27 new EBSCO eBooks Subject Sets. These sets provide libraries with convenient ways to begin or expand their eBook collections with current, reputable content from leading publishers.

EBSCO eBook Subject Sets are convenient, prepackaged sets of titles chosen to meet libraries’ needs for new content on popular, in-demand topics. EBSCO’s Collection Development Team of librarians uses tailored knowledge to create these Subject Sets for libraries. All Subject Sets from EBSCO include titles published within the past two years, and have no title duplication among current or past Subject Set offerings.

The 27 new Subject Sets now available include:

· Accounting & Finance

· American Contemporary Issues

· Biology & Life Sciences

· Career

· Civil Engineering

· Computer Science

· Criminal Justice

· Earth Sciences

· Education

· Emergency Management

· Energy & Green Technologies


· Fine Arts

· Geographic Information System (GIS)

· Healthcare Knowledge Management

· Leadership & Management

· Literary Criticism & Writing

· Mechanical Engineering

· Natural & Alternative Medicine

· Networking & Security

· Nursing

· Psychology

· Religious Studies

· Sports Medicine & Physical Therapy

· Teacher Resources K-8

· Wellness

· World History

EBSCO eBooks offers over 700,000 ebooks and audiobooks. EBSCO proactively acquires new content in critical areas, based on the dynamic needs of libraries. Accessing the EBSCOhost platform for ebooks and audiobooks saves librarians training time and adds a well-known search platform to the end user’s experience, the announcement states. Allowing end users to search for ebooks and audiobooks along with their EBSCOhost database content improves the discoverability of library collections.

Source: EBSCO Information Services,

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