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Credo Reference adds more titles from SAGE Reference

Oxford and Boston, 8th July 2010 - Credo Reference, the 
award-winning online reference library, has signed an agreement 
to expand their SAGE Reference Collection on Credo, growing it 
from 68 titles to 125. Now, all SAGE Reference titles published 
between 2000 and 2010 as well as all titles to be published in 
2011 will be available through the acclaimed Credo Reference 

The SAGE Reference Collection on Credo is available as a whole or 
in the following subject collections:
* SAGE Criminology Collection
* SAGE Education Collection
* SAGE Environment Collection
* SAGE Health Collection
* SAGE Management Collection
* SAGE Political Science Collection
* SAGE Psychology Collection
* SAGE Research Methods Collection
* SAGE Sociology Collection

Institutions will be able to obtain these resources from Credo 
either by subscription or purchase, and users will experience the 
content as a fully integrated part of their Credo Reference 

The award-winning and highly-regarded SAGE Reference titles that 
will now be available through Credo Reference include the 
prestigious 2010 Dartmouth Medal Honorable Mention winner, 
Encyclopedia of Journalism; and all of the new and forthcoming 
2010 titles, such as the Encyclopedia of Motherhood, Encyclopedia 
of Geography and the new series Green Society: Towards a 
Sustainable Future.

"We are thrilled to make all 125 SAGE Reference titles available 
on the Credo Reference platform," commented Rolfe Janke, SAGE 
Reference Vice President and Publisher.  "The initial collection 
of 68 titles received such a positive response that expanding the 
collection was a natural step to take."

"SAGE Reference titles have been a key component of our service 
in the past few years and we're delighted to incorporate the rest 
of these respected and award-winning resources." added John Dove, 
Credo Reference President. "The combination of Credo's top-rated 
technology with SAGE Reference's outstanding social sciences 
content will be of great benefit to libraries and their users.

Founded in 1999, Credo Reference, with offices in Oxford and 
Boston, has been offering completely customizable reference 
collections for libraries since 2002. Credo's General Reference 
services combine extensive content from multiple publishers with 
unique cross-referencing technology, effortlessly delivering 
authoritative answers to millions of researchers worldwide. 
Publisher Collections allow libraries to augment their collection 
with specific, deep reference content from highly-regarded 
publishers. Visit www.credoreference.com and 

SAGE is a leading international publisher of journals, books, and 
electronic media for academic, educational, and professional 
markets. Since 1965, SAGE has helped inform and educate a global 
community of scholars, practitioners, researchers, and students 
spanning a wide range of subject areas including business, 
humanities, social sciences, and science, technology, and 
medicine. An independent company, SAGE has principal offices in 
Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, Singapore and Washington DC.