December 1, 2015

eBooks: 3M Cloud Library Expanding into Canada

Canada is the first country outside of the U.S. where 3M Cloud Library will be available.

From Today’s Announcement:

Canada’s 3M Cloud Library will offer the same easy-to-use customer interface and back-end tools, and will include content from major publishers including Penguin, Random House, Hachette, Macmillan, and HarperCollins. In addition, the catalog includes hundreds of other publishers, offering readers access to thousands of titles.

Canadian Publishers

3M is also currently working with House of Anansi Press, Dundern Press, ECW Press and others to bring readers content from uniquely Canadian voices.

See Also: From December: Simon & Schuster Library Ebook Pilot Expands Into Canada

Look for more about the”>expansion into Canada here.

In Other 3M Cloud Library News…

The company is launching an automated buying tool.

[This tool] allows librarians to purchase hold lists automatically and easily manage all expiry content. This new, fully customizable tool will help reduce the time required from library staff to manage their collections.

Screen Cap of New 3M Cloud Library Buying Tool



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