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ebrary Launches Med Tech Database, Expands Business and Engineering Ebooks
ebrary (www.ebrary.com) announced the availability of its new subscription database in Medical Technology. With titles from leading publishers including Elsevier's Academic Press and Taylor & Francis' CRC Press, the growing collection covers all aspects of medical technology including biomedical engineering and materials, imaging systems, medical instruments, nanotechnology, and tissue engineering.
Corporations can supplement the subscription database by purchasing individual ebooks from Springer, Wiley, William Andrew, and other publishers in a wide range of medical technology topics. Preview the selection at http://tinyurl.com/ebrarymedtech.
ebrary also expanded its business and engineering offerings. Hundreds of new ebooks worth more than $14,000 have recently been added to ebrary's subscription databases in finance, leadership, and sales and marketing. With titles from leading publishers including AMACOM, Berrett-Koehler Publishers, IGI Global, and Kogan Page, the new selection covers a wide range of business topics including accounting, branding, business communication, corporate finance, ecommerce, market research, negotiation, personnel, and risk management.
Additionally, the company has extended its engineering product line with databases in chemical, civil, electronic, environmental, materials, mechanical, and power engineering. For a complete listing of ebrary's content offerings for corporations, visit www.ebrary.com/corp/corporationsContent.jsp.
All ebrary titles are delivered via one easy-to-use interface and include sophisticated technology that makes it easy to pinpoint and manage relevant information from multiple sources within the organization and on the web. With InfoTools, technologists, engineers, and other employees can select words of interest and automatically link to additional information within the collection and other online resources. Furthermore, personal bookshelves make storing, managing, and sharing highlights, notes, and hyperlinks quick and efficient.
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