With our Max Access Giveaway, libraries can earn a free catalog of Duke Classics titles, including Bram Stoker's "Dracula."

And the madness continues!  From now until March 31, with each cumulative purchase of $3,500 USD or more of any digital media content (eBooks, audiobooks, music, video), libraries receive a free, 50-title Max Access plan from Duke Classic! Max Access plans allow for simultaneous access for all of your readers. This offer includes the Dummies 30-percent off sale and other March Markdown Madness titles.

Duke Classics is your supplier for quality classics in the formats you want. Choose from high-circulating titles such as “Dracula” (the original vampire—sorry Edward!), “Pride & Prejudice,” “The Scarlet Letter,” “Tale of Two Cities” and more!  This collection of “always available” eBooks for your users is a great addition to your eBook catalog and just in time for spring break and summer reads.  It’s easy to qualify: just add a collection of $3,500 or more of any materials, and you’ll receive your free Duke Classics Max Access package added to your collection in mid-April!

Contact your Collection Development Specialist for a recommended list of titles to help you qualify!

*Offer valid on purchases made March 22 until March 31 (11 PM Eastern Time). Maximum Access plans will be added to collections at no cost in mid-April. Subscription length is one year from live date. Up to a possible maximum of 1,602 titles earned. Free Max Access collections will include the most popular titles and are not customizable.  

Karen Estrovich is collection development manager for OverDrive.

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