Jisc Collections news
The Literary Encyclopedia licence agreement is now available to provide access for a further three years through to August 2018.
Jisc Collections is pleased to confirm that the Elsevier Scopus renewal agreement covering 1st April 2015 to 31st March 2020 is available for review and subscription via Jisc Collections.
The Cambridge Books Online EBA 2015 agreement is now available to review and order.
Jisc Collections is pleased to confirm that the Childlink agreement covering 1st August 2015 to 31st July 2017 is now available for review and renewal.
The Foreign Broadcast Information Service (FBIS) Daily Report covering 1974-1996 and purchased in perpetuity on behalf of the community by Jisc Collections, is now available to renew for a further five year period, to August 2019.
Open access transition made easier as Open Library of Humanities and Jisc partner to offer UK’s first collaborative publishing consortium
Humanities scholars will now be able to benefit from a collaborative open access consortium agreement which means that authors will not to have to pay to make their research open access. The publishing model – the first of its type in the UK – is being offered by Open Library of Humanities (OLH) following negotiations with Jisc, a charity which offers digital solutions to education and research.
The Open Book Publishers (OBP) library membership scheme is a new agreement from Jisc Collections that supports the publication of Open Access monographs.