June 12, 2012 – Boston, Oxford – Credo Reference (www.credoreference.com) continues its growth trend by adding new publishers and expanding existing agreements with publishers, offering even more options for libraries and their users.
CQ Press is the newest publisher to join Credo Reference with an agreement to include 40 of their most sought-after titles in Credo Publisher and Subject Collections.
Aside from attracting new publishers to Credo, the popularity of Credo Publisher and Subject Collections has enticed existing publishing partners to expand their relationships.
Publishers that have recently opted to be part of Publisher and Subject Collections include F.A. Davis, Rutgers University Press and Omnigraphics – together making nearly 100 new titles available in collections from Credo Reference.
Publishers expanding their existing agreements to offer more titles include SAGE Reference, Taylor and Francis, ABC-CLIO, IGI Global and Focus Medica.
"Credo Reference has always been about serving the needs of all our constituents: libraries, publishers and users; our Publisher and Subject Collections came out of that commitment," commented Mike Sweet, Credo Reference CEO. "With all these new agreements, publishers are confirming the value we bring to all audiences."
This growth is not limited to Publisher and Subject Collections; Credo General Reference Premium adds new titles and publishers regularly and now offers over 600 titles.
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Credo Reference is Library Journal's "Best Overall" Reference 2012 and has been offering completely customizable, "best-in-class" reference collections for libraries since 2002. Credo's General Reference service empowers librarians and effortlessly delivers authoritative answers to millions of researchers worldwide. Literati by Credo offers tools and services to improve Digital and Information Literacy. Both platforms allow content expansion through highly acclaimed Publisher and Subject collections. Find more http://corp.credoreference.com.