Miami, FL (PRWEB) June 18, 2015
e-Libro fortifies its position as the leading Spanish language ebook provider with the addition of 10,000 new titles to e-Libro Premium from esteemed Spanish language publishers including Puvill and Fondo Cultura Economica. These newly added titles join thousands of others available through flexible access models including subscription, Perpetual Access and DDA on both the ebrary and EBSCO platforms. e-Libro Premium now includes over 80,000 scholarly documents including more than 30,000 ebooks. Additionally, e-Libro has launched a new ebook subscription in Religion and Philosophy.
“According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the number of Spanish speakers in the U.S. is projected to rise to between 39 million and 43 million through 2020*,” said Leslie Lees, e-Libro’s Vice President of U.S. Sales & Marketing. “e-Libro is focused on preparing librarians to meet the needs of this audience by offering a central solution for essential Spanish language ebooks. We’re excited to continue to grow our collection of high quality ebooks and look forward to adding more industry-leading publisher partners regularly. ”
Puvill, founded in Barcelona in 1945, specializes in natural and formal sciences, human and social sciences and applied sciences titles relevant to academic, special and public library users. Based in Mexico with subsidiaries and bookstores across North and South America, the nonprofit Fondo Cultura Economica offers social sciences, humanities and literature titles relevant to the whole Hispanic world.
To learn more about e-Libro and to download free information literacy guides in Spanish and English created by e-Libro’s on-staff librarians, please visit http://www.e-libro.us.
Founded in 1998, e-Libro offers the largest, highest quality selection of more than 70,000 Spanish language scholarly ebooks from over 600 publishers—including leading academic publishers and University Presses—under flexible business models such as subscription, title-by-title acquisition, and Patron Driven Acquisition (PDA). Additionally, e-Libro partners with global distributors to simplify the acquisition process. e-Libro’s unparalleled research tools and highly responsive training and support ensure that libraries can offer users the rich and seamless experience they expect. For more information please visit http://www.e-libro.us.
- Lopez, M. H. (2013). What is the future of spanish in the united states? Retrieved from http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2013/09/05/what-is-the-future-of-spanish-in-the-united-states/