McGraw-Hill Formally Launches McGraw-Hill eBook Library For Libraries
McGraw-Hill Professional announces the launch of the McGraw-Hill eBook Library, www.MHeBookLibrary.com, a state-of-the-art platform delivering unparalleled access to the publisher’s premium content for institutions around the world. Responding to librarians’ and patrons’ evolving digital information needs, McGraw-Hill has taken the revolutionary step of providing unlimited concurrent usage to the digital library so patrons can access high-quality curated content from world-renowned authorities.
A powerful online resource, the McGraw-Hill eBook Library provides more than 1,000 titles in collections that are continuously updated with new eBooks. Users can access hundreds of thousands of pages of content from authors who are leaders in the areas of Engineering, Computing, Business, Medical, and Student Study Aides. This exceptional collection highlights the depth and breadth of McGraw-Hill’s works, from business classics like Stocks for the Long Run and Juran’s Quality Handbook to acclaimed First Aid Medical test prep titles to the popular Demystified and Schaum’s College Outlines series.
The McGraw-Hill eBook Library At-A-Glance Facts:
Unlimited concurrent usage
More than 300,000 pages of content
1000+ titles in the areas of:
Academic Study Aids and test prep
Medical and First Aid
New books added throughout the year at no additional cost to subscriber
Flexible subscription options ranging from 1-4 years
Note taking feature
Customer usage stats
Direct to McGraw-Hill eBook Library Web Site
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