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Ingram Digital to Distribute Encyclopaedia Britannica Ebook Reference Set

Ingram Digital Group (www.ingramdigital.com), the Ingram Content company focused on solutions for digital content management, hosting, distribution, and promotion, announced an agreement with Encyclopaedia Britannica (www.britannica.com) to distribute the publisher’s ebook reference set worldwide.

Encyclopaedia Britannica will offer 27 titles totaling 92 volumes, spanning preschool through higher education content, on Ingram Digital’s econtent aggregation platform, MyiLibrary. Ingram Digital will distribute Encyclopaedia Britannica’s ebook reference set to library consortia. Rights have also been granted so that individual institutions will be able to purchase the collection from MyiLibrary and its distributors.

MyiLibrary offers libraries the benefits of simultaneous, multi-user access to digital content with no check-in or check-out requirements, no plug-ins or readers to download. Ingram Digital provides libraries with the option of purchasing titles through either a 12-month subscription or a perpetual model.

Source: Ingram Digital



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