Elsevier Launches eBook Library of Health and Medical Books
SINGAPORE, April 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/
Accessible on computer and mobile devices, medical book content available 24/7 with advanced search capability providing access to important healthcare information on the go
Elsevier, a world-leading provider of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, today announced the availability of Elsevier eLibrary, an e-book platform designed to help increase the productivity and efficiency of health lecturers, librarians and students. The platform will be available in South-East Asia as a pilot, and will be presented throughout Asia Pacific in the near future.
The Elsevier eLibrary delivers educational health and medical materials whenever and wherever it's required, on any device, on and offline.
"As a leading global provider of digital information solutions, Elsevier is leveraging the power of technology to provide an alternative delivery option of our quality content and information to the next generation of health and medical professionals," said Gerrit Bos, Elsevier's Managing Director of Health Solutions for Asia Pacific. "We want to provide today's tech-savvy lecturers and students with the ability to access their textbooks at any time from any device."
The Elsevier eLibrary offers clear and obvious benefits to an institution and its constituents:
- Advanced search capability improves efficiency when creating problem-based or scenario-based curriculum
- Built-in functionalities allows creative development of classroom resources
- Access to multiple eBooks helps expand content to aid additional reading and cross-referencing
- Built-in usage reports help manage and balance ROI
- Quicker search for recommended texts
- Provide students an alternative resource delivery to learn the way they choose to
- Trusted health and medical content on the go on any Internet device
- Quicker access to content and information via an efficient search engine
- Personalization of course notes through added functionalities