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ProQuest Offers Ebooks Through Irish Bookseller

ProQuest’s ebook division teamed up with the Irish bookseller O’Mahony’s to deliver content to institutions in Ireland and the U.K. O’Mahony’s library customers are able to purchase more than 600,000 ebooks—on a title-by-title basis or as part of a demand-driven acquisition (DDA) model—from ProQuest’s ebrary and EBL.

“This new partnership with O’Mahony’s will supply both their historical print collections and now ebooks, leveraging both the ebrary and EBL catalogues, bringing them to the forefront of book selling to Higher and Further Education, governmental and corporate organisations in Ireland,” according to the press release.

Source: ProQuest



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