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November 26, 2013 — In addition to this week's NewsBreak(s), the editors have compiled the Weekly News Digest, featuring stories from the week just past that you should know about. Watch for additional coverage to appear in the next print issue of Information Today.

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EBSCO Introduces eBook History Collection

EBSCO Information Services released eBook History Collection as its newest ebook subscription package integrated with EBSCOhost. This collection of 9,000-plus titles is designed to help students and scholars with their world history research. Users can search collection titles individually or side-by-side with other EBSCOhost databases.

Subjects include medieval history, history of music, history of the Holocaust, law in history, history of the military, and histories of regions such as the Caribbean and West Indies. Tenochtitlan: Capital of the Aztec Empire and Diplomacy and Nation-Building in Africa: Franco-British Relations and Cameroon at the End of Empire are sample titles.

Institutions can purchase eBook History Collection as an annual subscription with unlimited access to content and optional downloading. Titles are available for unlimited users and are regularly added to the collection at no extra cost.

Source: EBSCO Information Services



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