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Explore our eBook collections, key journals and the flexible options for Community Colleges 

Schools, Libraries and Colleges choose Springer Nature eBooks and journals for trusted research to support teaching, learning and discovery. All our licensed content is Digital-Rights Management free, which means there are no limits to the number of simultaneous users and we don’t restrict the number of downloads or printing for classroom teaching and studying. Review a selection of key content & resources to support your library:

  • More academic eBooks each year than any other publisher
  • High quality journals for advancing learning
  • The highest number of average chapter downloads in the publishing industry for non-doctorate-level teaching institutions  
  • Key eBooks accessible via flexible business models enable you to create customized book packages at a price point you can tailor

Springer Nature eBooks in the community college classroom: How libraries are innovating on supporting teaching and learning

Community college librarians support the full spectrum of student types—from those completing core requirements to advance to four-year schools, to others that are jumping into the workforce after completing certifications, and also those seeking microcredentials to refresh their resume. These students have different learning goals and need a variety of e-resources, such as monographs, professional books, and e-textbooks to meet them. Still, the out-of-pocket costs for course materials is a barrier to their success.

Listen to this webinar to discover how Springer Nature eBooks are used to overcome obstacles in the community college setting. The session will also reveal the scope of usage from a sample of community colleges. Learn how book types found in Springer Nature’s ebook collections make high-value teaching and learning resources for students, librarians, and instructors.

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Over 1,200 conference proceedings per year, either in dedicated series, as standalones, or as part of mixed book series. Browse proceedings

Reference works

Access our living editions of reference works, across STM, humanities and the social sciences, continuously updated. Browse reference works


Textbooks support undergraduate, graduate, post-doc and professional community learning across in a broad range of topics. Browse textbooks

Product Highlights

Highlighted Journals for Advancing Learning at your Institution


Nature is the world’s foremost international weekly scientific journal and is the flagship journal for Nature Portfolio It publishes the finest peer-reviewed research in all fields of science and technology on the basis of its originality, importance, interdisciplinary interest, timeliness, accessibility, elegance and surprising conclusions.

Nature’s landmark papers, award winning news, leading comment and expert opinion on important, topical scientific news and events enable readers to share the latest discoveries in science and evolve the discussion amongst the global scientific community.

Scientific American

Scientific American is the award-winning authoritative source for the science discoveries and technology innovations that matter..

With ahead-of-the-curve reporting, Scientific American continues to cover groundbreaking events in science and technology. First published in 1845, Scientific American is the leading source and authority for science, technology information and policy for a general audience. More than 150 Nobel laureates have written for Scientific American, most of whom wrote about their prize-winning works years before being recognized by the Nobel Committee.