uLIBRARY

Vendor Database Consortia
uLIBRARY is Ulverscroft’s innovative digital platform, it allows library patrons to access a broad range of eAudiobooks and eBooks whenever and wherever they please via web browser or through our specially designed uLIBRARY app.   
 
Exclusive Content  
 
 With exclusive access to Ulverscroft imprints including the brand new Aurora imprint which focuses on Australian content and authors, Isis Audio, Soundings, Story Sound, Sagebrush, Boldwood, Publisher Selections, Oakhill Adult and Children’s titles as well as classic audiobooks from Assembled Stories we’re pleased to offer libraries an unparalleled range of content. From main street bestsellers like Jeffrey Archer, Ann Cleeves, Katie Fforde, Anna Jacobs and Jo Nesbo, to specialist genre champion authors in such areas as Family Saga’s, Cosy Mysteries and Westerns.  
 
 In addition to our exclusive titles, uLIBRARY provides access to some of the biggest names in publishing, including HarperCollins to offer users the best in fiction, non-fiction and children’s titles. Our eBooks boast a range of much-loved titles from library favourites like M.C Beaton, Lee Child and Michael Bond to stories for a younger audience courtesy of Holly Webb, Hans Christian Anderson and Lucy Courtenay and movie novelisations of Call Me By Your Name, Man Of Steel and Suicide squad.  
 
Integration  
 
 We aim to ensure that the uLIBRARY sign up process is as simple as possible. To help things move smoothly, uLIBRARY can authenticate with your library management system (LMS) via a variety of methods including SIP2, API, Talis Connect, Sirsi eResource Central, the Axiell eHub and more.  
 
 Discoverability is enhanced by the records produced by Ulverscroft’s in-house Cataloguing Department. 

Formats

eAudio eBooks

Audience

General Public
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Vendor Contact

Michael Hafney
Ulverscroft NSW Sales Manager
Email: mhanify@ulverscroft.com.au
Phone: 029436 2622
Mobile: 0476 015844
PO Box 314 St Leonards NSW 1590
Sydney
NSW 1590