Access 58,000 ebooks in JSTOR’s Evidence-Based Acquisition program through June 30, 2021

At a time when digital resources are needed more than ever for hybrid learning, support the needs of faculty and students with a wide collection of academic ebooks. With a low cost and no ongoing commitment, participation in EBA through the end of June is an excellent way to test out whether the program is right for your institution.

Minimums apply. Ask your JSTOR representative for details.

Benefits include:

  • A broad set of high-quality content: EBA includes more than 58,000 backlist titles from 90+ publishers, including Princeton, Yale, and California. Download title list
  • Outstanding user experience: Our unlimited, DRM-free access model and integration of ebooks with journals and primary sources ensures an easy experience for remote teaching and learning.
  • Predictable costs: A set fee covers unlimited access to all titles over the period, with an important added benefit–a portion of the fee is reserved for the library to acquire titles at the end of the period.
  • Control over title selection: You can select any titles in the EBA program for acquisition at the end of the period, based on the usage or any other factors. The library will have perpetual access to all selected titles.
  • Simple library workflows: It’s easy to set up free OCLC MARC records and activate the collection in discovery services. We’ve also streamlined the title acquisition process based on feedback from library participants.

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