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ebrary adds U.N. and World Bank documents. (Content Agreements).

ebrary has announced that researchers will soon have online access to current publications in critical subject areas ranging from environmental issues to world health, labor rights, agriculture, and development economics. The company announced that the World Bank Group, the United Nations University Press, the World Health Organization, the International Labour Organization, and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations will make their publications available through ebrary's online channels.

ebrary is a provide of information distribution and retrieval services. Its customizable ebrarian solution combines software with copyright-protected books, journals, periodicals, and other online documents provided by 100 publishers. Ebrarian enables libraries to give their users access to authoritative materials and customizable research tools that allow them to access additional materials, biographical information, maps, translations, definitions, and more when words or phrases are selected.

Source: ebrary, Inc., Mountain View, CA, 650/230-0700; http://www.ebrary.com.

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Date:May 1, 2002
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