Infobase Publishing Enhances eBook Platform

January 25th, 2011 · by spolanka · No Comments

Infobase Publishing announced new enhanced features for their eBook platform.  They include:

  • Fulltext search option
  • New eBook viewer design
  • HTML default format for eBooks
  • Improved relevancy and highlighting of search terms in context
  • New eBook navigation tools
  • New user tools like search history, bookmarks, notes and highlighting

Additional information on Infobase eBook content (from their website):  

Infobase eBooks are Web-based versions of Infobase Publishing’s outstanding print reference books. As one of America’s leading providers of educational materials to the school and library market, Infobase offers students, librarians, and educators authoritative, reliable resources supporting the curriculum across a wide range of subject areas. There are more than 1,800 current and backlist Infobase titles available. Going forward, almost all of our new publications will be available in both print and eBook formats; meaning we will be introducing hundreds of new eBooks on a regular basis. Infobase eBooks are a great choice for any library as they offer:

  • Perpetual access to your Infobase eBooks collection, 24/7 (an Internet connection and Web browser are required)
  • User-friendly, intuitive interface and easy navigation
  • Simultaneous, multi-user access
  • Cross-searching across all the Infobase eBooks your institution has purchased.

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