Boston and Oxford – Credo Reference, the award-winning online reference service, is pleased to announce from the signing of a new agreement with Focus Medica, an international leader in visual medical reference.
Focus Medica brings a stimulating and in-depth visual learning experience to students, researchers, and professionals. The authoritative content, innovative animations and accompanying audio will provide a rich ground for study.
Titles included in the agreement are: Animated Medical and Health Dictionary and Animated Dictionary of Cardiology. Together they provide extensive coverage of medical subjects through engaging definitions of medical terms ranging from adenitis to zygon.
These titles will be offered in the forthcoming Nursing and Allied Health Collection, which will soon join Credo's eight existing Subject Collections. Videos will compliment text, charts, diagrams and images, all in support of the diverse learning styles and needs of students exploring their subject.
"Credo is always eager to offer quality multi-media resources, and these animated dictionaries represent the cutting edge of visual medical pedagogy," commented John Dove, President of Credo Reference. "Focus Medica promotes the type of innovative content that we are enthusiastic about bringing to students around the globe."
"Our animations make crucial medical knowledge and complex terminology more accessible to students and even experts in their field," said Rajasekharan, Founder and Chairman at Focus Medica. "Credo allows us to share this valuable resource more widely than ever before. We're excited to partner with a vendor that cares as much about progressive learning tools as we do."
Credo Reference has been offering completely customizable, "best-in-class" reference collections for libraries since 2002. With its unique cross-referencing technology, Credo's General Reference service empowers librarians and effortlessly delivers authoritative answers to millions of researchers worldwide. Credo now offers Publisher and Subject Collections which offer libraries deep reference content from highly-regarded publishers. For more information, visit http://www.credoreference.com and http://corp.credoreference.com.
Making a mark as a pioneer in digital publishing, Focus Medica has an impressive cache of titles that have successfully adopted animations to bring out much awaited digital reference material that explain intricate concepts in Health and Medicine. Among the many firsts, the publisher has produced the world's very first ANIMATED dictionaries in Medicine for learning medical terms. Focus Medica, established in 2005 in Singapore is the extended digital arm of Panther Publishers, India which was founded in 1987.