Credo Reference adds McFarland content

Credo Reference adds new content from McFarland.  More from the press release:
January 18, 2012 – Boston and Oxford – Credo Reference (, recently named “Best Overall” Reference Database 2012 by Library Journal, is pleased to announce a new partnership with McFarland, a leading independent publisher of academic and nonfiction books.

Credo General Reference, a core resource serving the research needs of millions of students and other library users will be enriched by the addition of top-quality content from McFarland. Chosen for their academic value and editorial excellence, these comprehensive reference titles provide compelling, relevant coverage on contemporary and historical topics. They include:

Encyclopedia of Capital Punishment in the United States
Encyclopedia of Philosophers on Religion
Encyclopedia of Cuban-United States Relations
Encyclopedia of Chinese-American Relations
Encyclopedia of the Alamo and the Texas Revolution

McFarland joins the more than 80 publishers working in partnership with Credo Reference. These new titles will be explored by learners through Credo Topic Pages, Credo’s interactive visual search, the connected web of related entries, and other innovative tools offered on the Credo platform.

“McFarland is an outstanding publisher with a significant number of award-winning reference titles,” commented John Dove, Credo Reference President. “We’ve chosen a handful of some of their best works to be added to Credo General Reference. It’s exciting to be able to provide them to our General Reference customers.”

“Credo is a growing and essential digital channel through which we can reach library users,” remarked Karl-Heinz Roseman, Director of Sales and Marketing at McFarland. “We’re glad to be part of the exciting momentum that Credo is gathering around the potential of e-reference.”