E-books on demand@UCL Cambridge University Press continues in 2017-18
By Anna Sansome, on 28 September 2017
Popular E-books on demand@UCL project to continue in 2017-18 academic year
During the 2016-17 academic year, UCL Library Services offered access to more than 21,000 extra Cambridge University Press e-books as part of E-books on demand@UCL. This access has been so popular with UCL staff and students – nearly 300,000 chapters accessed – that we will be continuing it through 2017-18. And of course, more new e-books will be added as they are published throughout the year!
We are busy behind the scenes analysing the usage to decide which titles to add to the collection permanently but all you need to do is keep reading. If you have any feedback about the project, do let your Subject Librarian know.
E-books on demand@UCL projects are designed to involve UCL staff and students in the selection of e-book content. Since the projects started in 2014, UCL users have been able to read and download thousands of extra e-books across a wide range of subjects and over 7000 e-books have been purchased as a result. Go to our Ebooks on demand@UCL webpage to find out more about the various projects.