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Updated: May 21, 2019



Brill's 2019 eBook Collections


Brill's 2019 frontlist ebook collections are out now. Buy now and enjoy the convenience of instant access to new and forthcoming titles as they are published throughout the year.


Benefits include perpetual access, DRM-free licensing, re-use in course packs and learning management systems, ILL, and text + data mining.


Each collection can be acquired via a one-time outright purchase, with no ongoing fees whatsoever.


Brill's 2019 Collections include: Asian Studies [50 titles]; Biblical Studies, Ancient Near East and Early Christianity [60 titles]; Biology (2019–2020) [10 titles]; Classical Studies [30 titles]; Early Modern and Modern History (formerly European History and Culture Part II, 1450 AD–present) [100 titles]; Educational Research [120 titles]; Human Rights and Humanitarian Law [45 titles]; International Law [55 titles]; Language and Linguistics [30 titles]; Late Antiquity and Medieval Studies (formerly European History and Culture Part I, 450–1450 AD) [55 titles]; Literature and Cultural Studies [70 titles]; Middle East and Islamic Studies [70 titles]; Religious Studies, Theology and Philosophy [65 titles]; and Social Sciences [70 titles].


Is your university teaching Teachers?

Brill now offers more than 1,600 ebooks in the field of Educational Research, following its acquisition of Sense Publishers last year. The following ebook collections are available in 2019 from Brill: Educational Research 2005–2017 [1,357 titles]; Educational Research 2018 [140 titles]; and Educational Research 2019 [120 titles].


For complete CEIRC pricing, or more information, please contact Bezi!

De Gruyter's 2019 eBook Packages in English


De Gruyter's 2019 ebook packages in English are out now. Buy now and enjoy the convenience of instant access to new and forthcoming titles as they are published throughout the year.

All packages include frontlist titles from De Gruyter, Mouton and Birkhäuser, as well as its partners, such as Harvard, Princeton, Columbia, Cornell, Hawai'i, Pennsylvania, Toronto, ISEAS Publishing, and many more.


Each collection can be acquired via a one-time outright purchase, with no ongoing fees whatsoever. Benefits include perpetual access, DRM-free licensing, re-use in course packs and learning management systems, and ILL.


De Gruyter's 2019 Packages in English include: Complete English Package [1,294 titles]; Arts, Architecture and Design [100 titles]; Classical and Ancient Near Eastern Studies [69 titles]; Economics, Law and Social Sciences [222 titles]; Engineering and Computer Sciences [50 titles]; History [169 titles]; Library and Information Science [12 titles]; Linguistics [93 titles]; Literary, Cultural and Area Studies [155 titles]; Mathematics [66 titles]; Medicine and Life Sciences [44 titles]; Philosophy [56 titles]; Physics, Chemistry, Industrial Chemistry, Materials Sciences and Geosciences [146 titles]; and Theology, Religious Studies and Jewish Studies [112 titles].


For complete CEIRC pricing, or more information, please contact Bezi!

Feeling picky?


Does your library prefer to buy a little bit of this and a little bit of that? If so, Bezi's ebook publishers can each offer a 'pick and choose' option. Take advantage of the following discounts when ordering any selection of 20+ ebook titles from a single publisher in a single transaction:


  • Brill: 5% off

  • De Gruyter: 10% to 35% off, according to the number of titles ordered

  • Peter Lang: 10% to 25% off, according to the number of titles ordered


Contact Bezi today for more information and to view the available title lists from each publisher.

Evidence-Based Acquisition (EBA)

Does your library prefer to take a data-driven approach to its acquisition decisions? Would you like to move away from variable spending on ebooks over to a fixed annual price, while still maintaining access to the maximum pool of titles? Then EBA is for you!

All three of Bezi's ebook publishers now offer an evidence-based acquisition (EBA) model for ebook purchasing. Each model includes:

  • 12 months' unlimited access to all ebooks (or a selection thereof) on a publisher's platform;

  • an agreed fixed fee paid upfront; and

  • full library control over acquisition decisions, based on a review of usage generated during the 12-month period, whereby the fee paid can be used as a 'voucher' for ebook purchasing.

Brill's new Brill Evidence Select model can be used to access over 13,000 ebooks across the Humanities and Social Sciences, International Law and Human Rights, and Education.

De Gruyter's Patron-Driven Acquisition program (an EBA model) can be used to access over 80,000 ebooks across the full spectrum of academic disciplines, from Architecture to Zoology.

Peter Lang's Evidence-Based Selection model can be used to access over 5,000 ebooks in English in cutting edge titles in Education, Economics and Management, Media and Communication, Politics, Society and Culture, and so much more.


Contact Bezi today for more information about the EBA programs available from each of our ebook publishers, including title lists and a full list of price options for your library.


Special Offer from Peter Lang extended!

For all initial EBA orders placed before 31 May 2019, Peter Lang can offer 13 months' access for the price of 12 months, with a program commencing from 1 June 2019 through to 30 June 2020.

e-Textbooks

Is your library developing an e-textbook policy to support the coursework programs at your university? Bezi is here to help!


e-Textbooks from Peter Lang

We are delighted to announce that as of April 2019, Peter Lang can now offer institutional library pricing for its e-textbook range for the very first time.


More than 600 e-textbooks in English are now available, most of which are in the fields of Education and Teaching, and Media and Communication.

All e-textbooks from Peter Lang are offered on a one-time outright purchase basis, with DRM-free terms, including unlimited concurrent access and perpetual access.

Contact Bezi today for a full title list, price list, and set of licensing terms.



e-Textbooks from De Gruyter

De Gruyter offers over 200 e-textbooks in English for institutional library purchasing to support coursework in Architecture, Business, Chemistry, Linguistics, Mathematics, Physics, and much more.


All e-textbooks from De Gruyter are offered on a one-time outright purchase basis, with DRM-free terms, including unlimited concurrent access and perpetual access.

Contact Bezi today for a full title list, price list, and set of licensing terms.



An e-textbook solution with a difference!

De Gruyter is delighted to present its first e-textbook database for postgraduate coursework in Chemistry, Industrial Chemistry, Materials Science, and Physics.

Spark offers more than 90 e-textbooks on its bookshelf, enabling lecturers to set readings from multiple titles. Uniquely, the e-textbooks included in Spark are not static; rather, they are updated as the science changes.

Contact Bezi today for more information and to request a free 30-day trial for your institution.



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