It’s time for our LibraryLinkNJ back-to-school discounts roundup!
We hope that our school library members are enjoying a successful return to school. As you start to think of new products you’d like to purchase this year, remember that LibraryLinkNJ has many discount offers on databases in the K-12 market.
Here are some recent offers, as well as reminders about some long-standing discounts (most are available to other library types, too). Please direct questions about products and pricing to the vendor contacts provided on each discount page, linked below.
Infobase Learning - up to 30% off through 12/31/16
We have a wide variety of products available for discount, from the classic Facts on File databases to Classroom Video on Demand. Please visit the Discounts page and click on links containing “Infobase Learning.”
Gale Virtual Reference Library (GVRL) - up to 35% off through 11/30/16
Save on ebook frontlist titles, whether your library already has GVRL or not.
EBSCO K-12 Restoration Package - 60% off through 12/2/16
Packages for elementary, middle and high schools restore collections to original (2013) levels provided by the NJ State Library.
Junior Library Guild - 10% off already discounted materials, plus additional savings, through 9/30/16 (only two weeks left!)
Save on ebook and audiobook packages. JLG discounts are rare, so if you’re thinking about a purchase, don’t miss out.
Mosio - up to 50% off through 12/31/16
Enjoy special savings on this service (formerly Text-a-Librarian) which makes it easy for librarians to connect with patrons anytime, anywhere via chat, text and email on any device.
NoodleTools - 20% off through 12/31/16
Integrated tools to support authentic research and original writing, paired with online teaching units and offline expert assistance. District discounts are also available.
Proquest - up to 35% off through 6/30/17
Includes reference databases, newspaper collections, eLibrary, CultureGrams and more.
Important update about ImagineEasy/EasyBib:
ImagineEasy is no longer offering paid school subscriptions. Instead, they are offering a new version of EasyBib for educators called EasyBib EDU. It is free and was released in August. Interested schools - including those who have never been subscribers - may sign up for it on EasyBib EDU.