BibliU allows academic librarians to completely streamline and optimize their procurement processes. With User-Activated Acquisition, you only pay for the content that's actually used, allowing you to shape your catalog around what students need. Need to deploy a new title? Our Automate feature allows you to purchase and deploy new content in moments instead of days.
All the titles you want from thousands of publishers, including monographs and OER.
Search through millions of titles, see what content is live and available to students, and their expiration dates in one convenient place.
Eliminate spreadsheets and view pricing with a centralized content request dashboard for purchasing and adding titles on your own terms.
Easily create and share samples of content for various titles within your catalog.
System integration made easy with SSO and a device-agnostic e-reader.
Library UAA is a simple, optimized solution for library catalogs, allowing you to save money without compromising on access.
You provide us with a list of content you need, along with your deposit.
We make those titles available to students via the BibliU platform.
We draw down from your deposit only when students access the content past the preview allowance.
“Before BibliU, the processes for finding, selecting, managing, and deploying content were manual and cumbersome. BibliU enables us to not only offer content at a lower price but also to streamline and automate our administrative processes.”
“BibliU is about enhancing and making social and economic mobility possible. This is accomplished through cost reduction and by making available necessary educational resource systems that are so important for our students to have on the first day of class and by recognizing that finances and distance are a challenge.”
“With the integration of BibliU into Coventry’s learning management system, students receive day-one access to all the course materials they needed. BibliU’s easy-to-use interface made the transition smooth and intuitive for both students and faculty.”