In Preparation for Substantial Supply Chain & Shipping Slowdowns During the Holiday Season

10% Discount on All E-Books

By IGI Global on Oct 18, 2021
As you may know, overall, there continues to be a paper shortage, and this coupled with overall supply chain issues continues to be a challenge for our printers, distributors, and more. Unfortunately, we have been informed by all the worldwide leading printers that these challenges will result in substantial delays in printing and shipping print publications, as well as increased costs of manufacturing all print publications and physical products. Additionally, these issues will only compound at the end of the year, as traditionally the industry experiences slowdowns due to the holiday season, even without the supply challenges that we have seen throughout the pandemic. To help alleviate these factors, IGI Global is offering a 10% discount on their full collection of 6,500+ e-books through their Online Bookstore.
10% Discount on All E-Books through
IGI Global’s Online Bookstore
  • All IGI Global Reference Books are Available in Electronic Format
  • Hosted on the InfoSci Platform, which Features No DRM, No Additional Cost for Multi-User Licensing, No Embargo of Content, And More
  • Full-Text PDF & HTML Format, COUNTER Compliant Reports, Free MARC Records, etc.
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We partner with the world’s largest print-on-demand printers, including those located in the United States, Europe, Australia, and China. Since the onset of this pandemic, we’ve stayed in constant communication with these partners. Recently, they informed us that they anticipate ongoing disruptions in manufacturing and distribution throughout the end of 2021. Based on this, we want to alleviate the pressure on our printers to help streamline their processing while providing an added benefit to all of our library and institutional customers worldwide, with our electronic content available minutes after purchase.

-- Mr. Nick Newcomer, Senior Director of Marketing & Sales
This discount is in an effort to incentivize customers in acquiring electronic content, as it will not only provide the research, they need immediately, but will also assist in taking the pressures off the supply chain. As a reminder, all of the IGI Global electronic publications are hosted on the InfoSci® platform, which provides features, including:
  • No DRM
  • No Additional Charge for Multi-User Access
  • No Embargo of Content (Electronic Format is Available Months in Advance of Print)
  • Remote Access Options (IP Authentication, EZproxy, OpenAthens, Shibboleth, etc.)
  • Full-Text PDF and HTML Format
  • COUNTER Compliant
  • Free MARC Records
  • Archiving Through CLOCKSS and LOCKSS
  • Guarantee No Maintenance, Hosting, or Archiving Fees
  • And More
For more information regarding this discount, upcoming supply chain delays, and more, please contact IGI Global’s Customer Service Team at cust@igi-global.com or by phone at (717) 533-8845 ext. 100. Additionally, you can download IGI Global’s full title list of e-books and for your reference, find newly released titles covering the most prevalent topics below:




About IGI Global

Founded in 1988, IGI Global, an international academic publisher, is committed to producing the highest quality research (as an active full member of the Committee on Publication Ethics “COPE”) and ensuring the timely dissemination of innovative research findings through an expeditious and technologically advanced publishing process. Through their commitment to supporting the research community ahead of profitability, and taking a chance on virtually untapped topic coverage, IGI Global has been able to collaborate with over 150,000+ researchers from some of the most prominent research institutions around the world to publish the most emerging, peer-reviewed research across 350+ topics in 11 subject areas including business, computer science, education, engineering, social sciences, and more. Learn More About IGI Global >

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