Press Release: McGraw-Hill Partners With Follett to Sell Ebooks Into School Libraries
McGraw-Hill Professional, a leading global publisher of education and professional content, today announced a partnership with Follett to further expand availability of its eBook collection to K-12 school library customers globally.
McGraw-Hill Professional’s catalog is one of the premier eBook collections in the world for education, business, consumer, technical, and medical titles available on the market today. McGraw-Hill Professional is offering more than 4,500 new and backlist eBooks, available to lend on multiple devices. These titles include McGraw-Hill Education’s comprehensive collection of student test prep and study aids: 5 Steps to a 5 AP test prep series, the Demystified series, Practice Makes Perfect foreign language series, Schaum’s Outline study guides, McGraw-Hill Education Guide to SAT, McGraw-Hill Education TASC, The Official Guide to TOEFL Test, and more.
“We are committed to delivering new ways for school libraries to access our premier content to help students achieve success,” says Philip Ruppel, president of McGraw-Hill Professional. “We are pleased to team up with Follett to expand student access to our digital collections.”
Follett customers are able to seamlessly search and access all print and digital content within the convenience of Destiny® Library ManagerTM, the leading school library management solution. Destiny features Follett’s Universal Search, an innovative tool that gives students the ability to access content they need from one system. Follett customers without the Destiny platform use Follett Shelf TM, the company’s virtual bookshelf.
Currently, more than 30 million students and educators in 42,000 schools worldwide use eBooks provided by Follett.
“Our customers are especially excited about the availability of McGraw-Hill Professional’s highly respected test preparation titles,” said Tom Schenck, president of Follett School Solutions. “This partnership reflects our mission to support 21st century learning for students and preparing them for the demands of college and their careers.”