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Annual Reviews publications provide primary research literature in 37 disciplines for the biomedical, life, physical and social sciences. The articles are written by leading scholars who are dedicated to helping scientists and researchers navigate the vast amount of research and data that is available to them. For over 75 years Annual Reviews has become an indispensible part of the development of many disciplines. Annual Reviews is now a single payment publisher.
American Society for Microbiology
The American Society for Microbiology is offering on a one-time purchase basis a collection of 207 eBooks: 8 in the frontlist published in 2013 and 2014, and 199 in the backfile published prior to 2013.
BiblioLabs offers two connected platforms to libraries under the JISC Collections agreement: BiblioBoard Creator and BiblioBoard Library. BiblioBoard Creator is a tool that enables libraries and their patrons to produce sophisticated, multimedia digital exhibits without any software developers. BiblioBoard Library is where these anthologies are published and promoted. Patrons search or browse BiblioBoard to find anthologies rich with unique digital artifacts hand selected by expert curators; then read, view, listen, take notes, bookmark, download, export citations, or go mobile with ease. Users can access over 10,000 full text e-books and thousands of pages of primary source material on mobile devices. Through the same intuitive interface, feature local collections and patron created content.
A Supporter Membership provides a way for institutions to actively support open access and their researchers by removing some of the financial cost from the individual author when publishing in a BioMed Central, Chemistry Central and SpringerOpen journal.
BioMed Central provides free access to original research papers. For this reason, all the research papers published in any BioMed Central journal are free for anyone to view, download, and further disseminate in full text or PDF format. Access to the value-added content (such as review articles, commentary articles, web reports, image databases and evaluation services) is not free, and this is the content for which BMC makes a subscription charge.
BioOne is an aggregation of high-impact bioscience research journals featuring timely content on a wide array of today's most pressing topics; including global warming, stem cell research, and ecological and biodiversity conservation.
BIOSIS Previews are an electronic version of Biological Abstracts (BA) and Biological Abstracts/RRM (Reports, Reviews, Meetings), containing bibliographic information on subjects ranging from traditional areas of biology such as botany, zoology and microbiology to related fields such as agriculture, pharmacology, bio-physics, ecology, bio-engineering and experimental clinical medicine. The BIOSIS Previews Backfile 1969-2008 has been purchased by JISC Collections and is available free of charge to UK Higher and Further Education institutions, and Research Councils. Additionally, new subscribers to the BIOSIS Previews Backfile have the opportunity to receive access to the BIOSIS Previews Current Data at a deeply discounted rate. The new agreement will also provide access to the new Biosis Citation Index at no extra cost.
BMJ Publishing Group Ltd
BMJ Group publishes a wide range of medical journals covering a broad selection of medical specialities. The journals are peer reviewed and have international Editorial Boards to ensure global relevance. Many of their journals are leaders in their field. This offer relates to the BMJ Journals Online Collection. The offer is open to renewing subscribers of the current (2011-12) NESLi2 agreement and to any new subscribers of the BMJ Journals Online Collection for 2013. The offer also includes optional 2013 pricing for additional BMJ Group titles not included in the BMJ Journals Online Collection.
Brill Journal Archive Online, Parts 1 and 1a (Vol 1 to 1999) and Part 2 (2000-2009) have been purchased in perpetuity by JISC Collections and are available free of charge to UK Higher and Further Education institutions and Research Councils. This catalogue entry and the appended sub-licence agreement replaces the previously separate entries and sub-licence agreements for Parts 1 and 1a, and Part 2. The publisher has confirmed that it will not make an access fee charge for this renewal period. An access fee may apply from 2019. Alternatively, institutions can host the content for a one-off payment (see the Pricing and Subscription Information tab) or access the Brill Journal Archives via JISC Journal Archives.
Brill’s publication programme focuses on the humanities and social science (imprint Brill), international law (imprint Martinus Nijhoff), and selected areas in science (imprint VSP). Their imprint IDC presents an extensive catalogue of primary sources and rare collections. Their predominantly English language publications consist primarily of book series, annuals, atlases, handbooks, encyclopaedias, journals, and microform collections.