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Subject:

Credo Reference Adds Key University of Chicago Press References

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Laura Cox <[log in to unmask]>

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An informal open list set up by the UK Serials Group <[log in to unmask]>

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Tue, 9 Dec 2008 15:32:03 -0000

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Oxford and Boston, 9th December 2008 - Credo Reference
(www.credoreference.com), the award-winning online reference library, has
signed an agreement with the University of Chicago Press
(www.press.uchicago.edu/) to integrate four titles into the Credo General
Reference collection.

As a result of the agreement, Credo Reference researchers will be able to
access the following titles:
*	Critical Terms for Art History, 2nd edition
*	Critical Terms for Literary Study, 2nd edition
*	Critical Terms for Religious Studies
*	Critical Terms for the Study of Buddhism

Each of the four titles offers an incisive discussion of topics in the field
through a collection of essays intended to critically explore the issues and
promote research and debate. Now, Credo Reference researchers will be able
to have cross-searchable access to these important resources in addition to
the over three million entries culled from over 360 titles and 62
publishers. 

"One of the missions of the University of Chicago Press is to pursue
innovations in non-print technologies to match our readers' needs, and this
new agreement with Credo Reference is a perfect example," commented Garrett
P. Kiely, Director at University of Chicago Press. "These four popular
titles have received extensive distribution in their print forms and now
will have even wider, global distribution through the Credo Reference
service."


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