• What lib’ brings to the publisher

    No changes needed in terms of internal organisation.

    • Easy to convert and retrieve files

      • Lib’ converts your InDesign files directly into a re-usable database. The conversion procedure is simple and can be done either in-house or by outsourcing.
    • Easy to add extra material (audio, video, animations...)

      • With lib’ you can add extra material to your textbooks which users can access immediately.
    • Easy to set up

      • We can offer you a complete range of services to suit your needs: assistance with sales and rights management, hosting, technical support.
    • Easy to go forward

      • Lib’ is constantly on the move, developing new features that use technology compliant with current norms.
  • What lib’ brings to the end user

    The pages of the digital textbook have exactly the same look as the printed version. Teachers and students are in a familiar environment.

    • Easy to use

      • The operational functions (page search, zoom, play, etc.) are self-explanatory.
    • Easy to access

      • The user accesses digital textbooks by means of a lib’ account. Lib’ is always to hand: access can be online or stored on one’s own computer (PC, Mac or Linux), on a flashdrive or on a tablet computer (Ipad, Android...). It can be accessed directly or through a school’s learning platform.
    • Easy to customize and share

      • Users can customize their textbook by adding text files, images, audio and video files and by creating new pages with this new material, combining it with existing material.
      • The online version evolves as the user makes changes. The updated pages can be shared with other lib’ users.
      • Not all lib’ users have access to the same features: teachers and students are differentiated.
    • Tried and tested

      • French teachers have recognised lib’ as exactly what they have been waiting for.
      • More than 50 textbooks have gone digital with lib’ technology.
      • Tens of thousands of teachers and students use lib’ regularly.