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Cabell Publishing is offering UK HE institutions a free trial to Cabell's Directory of Publishing Opportunities. Jisc Collections is interested in understanding the value of this resource to UK authors and will follow up in 6 months with a survey to gain feedback to discuss with the publisher.
123Doc’s collection of several thousands academic e-books covering most academic fields,available from www.123library.org. It is available with a PDA/Pay-Per-View combined with a Concurrent Users Business Model allowing institutions to have unlimited access to a large number of e-books whilst only purchasing copies of the most popular titles in perpetuity
18th and 19th and 20th Century House of Commons Parliamentary Papers 2012-2014, including British Periodicals Collections I and II and Periodicals Archive Online: Jisc Collections Selection from 2013-2014
JISC Collections has licensed this archive in perpetuity to provide higher and further education and research councils with pages of documents from core 18th, 19th and 20th century official Parliamentary publication. This includes debates, proceedings and reports of their committees and more going back to 1688. The British Periodicals Collections I and II provides online access to nearly 6.1 million pages from over 460 journals published from the 1681 to the 1937 covering subjects such as archaeology, architecture, art, the fine arts, drama, history, literature, music, philosophy, science and the social sciences. Periodicals Archive Online: JISC Collections Selection prvides online access to over 288,000 articles from a subset of 80 full text journal backfiles published between 1891 and 2000, from the Periodicals Archive Online collection. Although JISC Collections paid for the content in perpetuity, institutions will now need to pay an access fee to accessed the content via the publishers’ server.
As part of the £22 million JISC Digitisation Programme, access to this resource, via the publisher's server, has been purchased in perpetuity on behalf of UK Higher and Further Education institutions and Research Councils. This catalogue entry covers the period 1 August 2013 to 24 March 2014 for which period no access fees are due. Access fees will be due from April 2014 onwards. Institutions can now cross search over 3 million pages from approx. 70 national and regional newspapers in 19th Century British Library Newspapers Parts 1 and 2.
19th Century British Library Newspapers: Users can now cross search 2.2 million pages from 48 nineteenth century national and regional newspapers. The Burney Collection: This resource provides access to 1 million pages from 1,270 parliamentary papers, pamphlets, proclamations, newsbooks, and newspapers published in England, Ireland and Scotland between 1600-1800.
Users can now cross search 2.2 million pages from 48 nineteenth century national and regional newspapers.
As part of the £22 million JISC Digitisation Programme, access to this resource, via JSTOR, is free to UK Further and Higher Education institutions, Research Councils, publicly funded Schools, publicly funded Libraries, publicly funded Archives and Record Offices within the UK, and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office Library until 31/07/2019. An access fee may apply after this date. This programme is providing online access to some of the most significant collections of 19th century pamphlets held in UK research libraries. The digitisation of some twenty six thousand paper copy pamphlets, has created over one million page images that focuses on the political, economic, and social issues that fuelled the great Parliamentary debates and controversies of the 19th century.
Institutions now have online access to the full text of 100 titles and 1.2 million pages from periodicals published in the UK between 1800 and 1900. The resource also offers an extensive library of newly captured images. The content has been purchased in perpetuity, but a fee applies for access via the publisher's server.
Institutions now have free online access to the filmed images of over 100,000 papers and 5.2 million pages of documents going up to 2004. The content has been purchased in perpetuity, and access via the publisher's server is free until 08/01/2013. An access fee may apply after this date, but institutions can choose to self-host the content for a one-off fee of £500 + VAT. Institutions which have renewed their subscription to the 19th Century House of Commons Parliamentary Papers will not need to renew their subscriptions to the 18th or 20th Century House of Commons Parliamentary Papers
Academic OneFile is a multidisciplinary journals collection which is largely made up of peer reviewed titles and is underpinned with reference, newspapers, magazines and audio content. Updated daily, it contains a large number of journals covering a wide variety of subject areas within the arts, humanities, science, engineering, technology, health, life sciences, medicine, and the social sciences. Millions of articles are available in both PDF and HTML full text, with no restrictions. This agreement is for higher education institutions only.