Booksquare, located in Borlänge, is signing an agreement with Packt, a publishing company in England. This partnership will enable Booksquare users to have access to Packt’s ebooks in different categories. Swedish startup provides subscription services for electronic textbooks which paves the way for sustainable and budget friendly access to information. Now developers and IT professionals can benefit this service through this partnership since they can find learning materials on the platform.
Booksquare partners with Packt Publishing to upscale the supply of programming e-books for developers in Sweden
Booksquare and Packt Publishing, an English publishing company based in Birmingham, UK, announce the signing of an agreement for Booksquare to supply all of Packt’s e-books to their users.
Simon Hedlund, Chief Executive Officer, Booksquare, commented: “Packt is a prime example of what happens when a group of talented and determined individuals puts their minds together. As the demand for developers and IT professionals continues to increase, Packt consistently stays ahead by providing first-class learning material to students and seasoned professionals with their forward-thinking methods.”
The deal covers nearly 5,000 e-books from a variety of categories, including programming, web development, and security. The e-books will be available on Booksquare during the fall of 2022.
Packt is an established, trusted, and innovative global technical learning publisher, with over eighteen years of experience delivering rich premium content from ground-breaking authors and lecturers on a wide range of emerging and popular technical concepts. With over 9,000+ books, e-books, and video learning, their multimedia content is valued as a vital learning tool and offers exceptional study support rich with practical learning. They enable today’s students to put technology to work for the benefit of everyone, become job-ready and empower them to build the future.
Booksquare is a Swedish Edtech startup providing academic e-textbooks to students in Sweden through an online subscription service. By paying a fixed monthly fee, users get unlimited access to the entire library. Built-in study- and accessibility tools help students study more efficiently, with varying studying techniques and learning disabilities in mind.
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