Safari Books Online: FEDLINK Ordering Agreement

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<p><strong>Sebastopol, Calif. &mdash; Aug. 21</strong><br />Safari Books Online, an on-demand electronic reference and learning platform and a joint venture of O&#39;Reilly Media Inc. and Pearson Technology Group, has been awarded a basic ordering agreement (BOA) with the Federal Library and Information Network (FEDLINK). <br /><br />Through FEDLINK, Safari resources now can be purchased by any member library, information center or other organization within the executive, legislative and judicial branches of the U.S. federal government, including<br />activities within all branches of the U.S. armed forces.<br /><br />The mission of the Federal Library and Information Center (FLICC) is to foster excellence in federal library and information services through interagency cooperation and to provide guidance and direction for FEDLINK.<br /><br />”With Safari, federal customers can have immediate access to authoritative technology and business content from anywhere and at anytime,” said Debra Woods, Safari Books Online vice president of marketing. “It is truly a groundbreaking online learning platform for quick answers to tough technical questions, research and problem solving, in-depth training for career growth and certifications.”<br /><br />Safari&#39;s e-reference libraries are rich in exclusive content and offer a comprehensive range of digital book and video content from leading publishers, including O&#39;Reilly Media, Wharton School Publishing, lynda.com, Adobe Press, Addison Wesley, Microsoft Press, IBM Press,<br />Peachpit Press, Cisco Press and SAS Publishing.</p><p>Safari&#39;s “anytime, anywhere” platform is aligned with the needs of FEDLINK members&#39; global information infrastructures. </p><p>FEDLINK serves federal libraries and information centers ranging from the very large (such as the Library of Congress) to very small, one-person facilities.</p>

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