Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Introducing New Ways to Search Our Content Library

We're excited to announce two new, easy ways to see what's available for use in AcademicPub coursepacks, course materials, and textbooks.

The first is that beginning today users can search our vast library (over 8 million pieces of content and growing) before registering or signing in.



Simply type in a keyword, title author, or ISBN and hit search, or feel free to see what we have by browsing through our more than 240 publishing partners. Here's a not particularly focused search for "economics" (but feel free to search for anything, as specific or broad as you'd like!):


When you've selected a piece of content you'll be prompted to sign in or register (note that you still must be registered and signed in to preview the content itself).


And once you've done that we'll prompt you to add your selected content to an existing project (that will become your course pack) you're working on or a brand new one you're about to start.


But that's not all. Thinking about using a piece of content you just heard or read about? Simply search for that piece of content and "academicpub" from your browser in Google and click on the link to the article or book in AcademicPub.


You'll be brought to a summary page, by clicking on the green button in the upper right hand corner you'll be taken through the exact same process as you would if you searched from our site. You can even explore related topics and see what else we have from your favorite scholarly authors and publishers.