eBooks for course lecturers and book reviewers

eBooks are gaining in popularity and it’s not hard to see why.

They provide a fast, convenient and cheaper alternative to conventional printed versions and for course lecturers, book reviewers or readers simply keen to keep ahead of the field, they bring additional benefits.

You can for example gain access to new titles up to three months before printed copies are available, allowing editors to plan reviews in line with any future special features they have organized, evaluate content and contact suitable reviewers in advance of hard copy availability.

You can even cut and paste extracts straight from the eBook into articles or reviews – subject to copyright of course.

For lecturers, eBooks offer similar advantages in terms of pre-planning and evaluation, plus they can use content in PowerPoint presentations during lectures.

To find out more lecturers should contact Charlotte Hydes
Reviewers should contact Graham Smith

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