Kno, an eTextbook retailer and education software company, has inked a deal with the State University of New York (SUNY) Press to bring thousands of the publisher’s titles to digital format.

The SUNY Press partnership will allow Kno to expand its higher education catalog, particular in the areas of cultural studies, philosophy, political science, and psychology.

“Digital content is a rapidly expanding and important format that offers unique advantages to the education sector, and this partnership between SUNY Press and Kno allows educators and students to utilize our content, both individually and collaboratively, in new and very meaningful ways,” said Greg Smith, Digital Programs Manager at SUNY Press.

“Our partnership with SUNY Press will give students access to an even wider selection of titles as they head into the Spring semester,” said Mark Williams, Kno’s Vice President of Sales. “SUNY’s reach as one of the largest university presses with exclusive content, combined with Kno’s digital interactive features, will provide students with a premier digital reading experience to achieve their academic goals.”

Currently, Kno offers over 200,000 college and K-12 eTextbooks from over 80 publishers at 30-50% off traditional prices. Their other higher education partners include MIT Press, Oxford University Press, Princeton University Press, Yale University Press, and more.

Kno’s eTextbooks differ from other digital textbooks, as they come bundled with more than 70 interactive features, such as the ability to take on-page notes, a complaint Notre Dame students had against past iPad textbooks. The company’s eTextbook app is available for a variety of platforms, including iOS, Android, Windows, and an online alternative.