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Al Manhal full-text searchable databases of thousands of eBooks, eJournals, eTheses and eClusters are an essential resource for any academic and research libraries.

 

Why Subscribe to Al Manhal?

• Full-text searchable Arabic research platform

• Flexible pricing model: Subscription or Perpetual Access bases

• Affordability of thousands of ePublications

• Continuous growth in titles at no extra cost

• Unlimited simultaneous access

• Unparalleled breadth and depth across multiple subjects

• “MARC21” records for eBooks

• COUNTER compliant usage reports

• IP and remote access authentication allows secure 24/7 access from any device

• Al Manhal’s platform provides libraries with usage-based business models which assist our library customers in making more effective investments in future subscription

• Anti-plagiarism detection

• More value for library budgets

• No risk of damage, loss or theft

• No shipping and handling costs

• No shelf space needed

 

Our research-centric platform integrates intelligent research and utility tools to enhance the user experience. Some of our features include:

• Powerful full-text search and discovery tools

• Contextual linking and searching

• Highlighting, annotating and personalized ‘bookshelves’

• Copy, paste and print with automatic citations

• Customized, cross-resource search options

• Digital Object Identifiers (DOI) for all journal articles

• Indexed by Summon™, EBSCO, CrossRef, OCLC and other discovery services

• Simultaneous search across multiple titles, collections and databases

• Reliable publishing platform with international support services

 

 

 

“Al Manhal eBook database is an essential resource for any library with a mandate to support the Arabic language learner and researcher of Arabic affairs. Al Manhal fills an important gap for students and faculty doing research in Arabic.”

 
 

 

Amrita McKinney

Head of Collection Development & Acquisition Department

Qatar University

 

 

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