Wednesday, May 23, 2012

ebrary offer for public libraries

Please see this message below about a special offering from ebrary to Califa public library members, and let me know if you'd like more information.


To help public libraries acquire e-books strategically, ebrary now offers a newPublic Library Pack: Career Development.  Hand selected by ebrary’s on-staff librarians, this collection ensures your library owns a perpetual archive to recent, relevant content for public library patrons.

Priced at just $2,250, including hosting fee, the new pack includes almost 50 titles on career planning, search, training, retraining, and development, as well as vocational guidance, resumes writing, and interview techniques. It also provides information on common career choices.

The vast majority of titles are published within the last 2 years.
Browse the entire collection here:

Highlights include:

·         Almanac of American Employers 2012 : Market Research, Statistics and Trends Pertaining to the Leading Corporate Employers in America, Plunkett Research, Ltd., 2011
·         Encyclopedia of Careers and Vocational Guidance, Volumes 1-5 (15th Edition), Facts on File, 2010
·         Top 100: The Fastest-Growing Careers for the 21st Century (5th Edition), Ferguson, 2011
·         Ultimate Job Search : The Definitive Guide to Networking, Interviews and Follow-up Strategies (3rd Edition), Kogan Page, 2012

OR… Subscribe to Public Library Complete thru July 312012 and receive 10% discount for CALIFA members!

Libraries that also subscribe to Public Library Complete ™ or participate in our patron driven access program can affordably offer an even wider selection of career development titles eliminate any hosting fees!  Public Library Complete is most cost effective way to provide multi-user access to a growing collection of more than 28,000 titles across all areas of interest for public libraries.  With patron driven acquisition, libraries can provide access to vast numbers of titles and only pay if titles are used.

For more information about ebrary’s new strategic approach to e-book acquisition please view this short introductory video

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