The Best Science, Technology, & Medical eBook Collection You Can Build
CRCnetBASE, the award-winning Science, Technology, and Medicine eBook platform from CRC Press, offers a comprehensive eBook collection that delivers more than 12,000 references in over 350 subject areas and more than 40 collections. It features 10 million pages of rich content and authoritative resources, allowing librarians to build eBook collections that best fit their patron’s needs and their institution’s budget. And using the mobile app, CRCnetBASE provides anywhere, anytime access to an increasingly mobile academic community. Annual subscriptions and perpetual access options are available as well as netBASE Select which allows customers to build their own collection.
In 1999, CRC Press set out on a groundbreaking venture to bring its renowned printed references and handbooks to the online market. The result was CRCnetBASE. In its infancy, CRCnetBASE offered two e-book collections, which focused on the disciplines of engineering and chemistry, and included online versions of renowned handbooks, such as the CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics and the Mechanical Engineering Handbook.
CRC Press and CRCnetBASE are part of the Taylor & Francis Group, an Informa Company. To learn more about CRC Press or browse the complete catalog of printed references, visit crcpress.com
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ALPSP Award for Best eBook Publisher - best platform
"This is a sophisticated platform with good functionality which provides access to a huge and growing volume of high quality content. "
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