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TDNet Launches New eBook Manager

TDNet Launches New eBook ManagerTDNet, Inc. (www.tdnet.com), a provider of e-resource access and management solutions, announced the launch of its new eBook Manager, which is designed to provide libraries with a tool for accessing, resolving, and managing ebooks. It can be used as a stand-alone service or integrated with TDNet’s Journal Manager.

The newest addition to TDNet’s suite of services, eBook Manager currently contains content from leading publishers: Elsevier, Oxford University Press, Springer, Electric eBook Publishing, and Blackwell Publishing; and from aggregators, including ebrary, ScienceDirect, NetLibrary, Knovel Library, IngentaConnect, Oxford Reference Online, MyiLibrary, and many other ebook suppliers. Free ebooks are also represented in the eBook Manager knowledgebase. TDNet’s eBook Manager is a module of TDNet One L2.0 suite of products.

As a stand-alone service, eBook Manager features a customizable A to Z interface that allows users to search and access ebook holdings, or when integrated with TDNet’s Journal Manager, users can perform simultaneous searches of both journals and ebooks. Additionally, users can resolve book citations and link to content at the book level using TDNet’s OpenURL link resolver service.

eBook Manager supports a wide variety of searching options: search for books only, combined book and journal search, or search via an independent book search screen. Users also can perform rapid searches for specific ebook content using book title, ISBN, volume, issue, edition, year, book author, editor, publisher, or vendor.

Source: TDNet, Inc.

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