SAE broadens access to its books

  • 18-Dec-2009 09:22 EST

Engineers worldwide now have better access to digital versions of certain books published by SAE International since the global engineering organization began teaming with Knovel, an online resource that helps professionals find reliable technical information faster. The Knovel service offers a wide range of online books from other publishers. "This partnership with Knovel extends our reach in the engineering community and ensures that significantly more engineers will have access to the specialized content our expert authors regularly publish," said Kevin Jost, Editorial Director, Magazines & Books, SAE International. "Knovel is recognized as a trusted source of technical information, keeping a finger on the pulse of engineers to understand the pressures they face and the resources they need." Knovel works with its Editorial Advisory Board, comprising multidisciplinary industry and academic leaders, to prioritize content additions and editorial features based on current workflow needs and emerging industry trends. "We constantly talk to engineers in the field to identify information that is critical to their day-to-day work and productivity," said Delores Meglio, Vice President, Publisher Relations, Knovel. "With this goal in mind, we aggressively pursue relationships with publishers offering relevant content that is recognized as reliable and authoritative." Access to the books via Knovel is by subscription. Print and digital versions of all books in SAE International’s library are available to browse and purchase.

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