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Ingram Digital and Oxford University Press Offer More Titles

Ingram Digital (www.ingramdigital.com) and Oxford University Press (OUP; www.oup.com) agreed to offer a comprehensive list of OUP titles through Ingram Digital’s MyiLibrary platform, an aggregator of online ebook and econtent resources.

MyiLibrary customers will have access to ebook versions of Oxford Scholarship Online, the OUP 2008 ebook frontlist, and backlist titles. The Oxford Scholarship Online is a cross-searchable library that offers users access to more than 1,200 Oxford books as a research-and-teaching tool. The OUP 2008 ebook frontlist features 280 titles related to the humanities, social sciences, business, and medicine that are expected to be released in 2008.

MyiLibrary’s user-friendly interface lets users access extensive collections of electronic information easily and quickly. Users can access content on one title or on a publisher-specific or a subject-collection basis. MyiLibrary also allows flexible authentication, comprehensive search-and-retrieval capabilities, and the ability for a user to annotate and store searches that can be accessed at a later date. The MyiLibrary collection now has more than 100,000 frontlist academic and scholarly titles available with 1,000 more titles being added per week.

Source: Ingram Digital Group



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