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Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG
The de Gruyter Online Journal Archive comprises the full text content of 345 subscription-based journals from 1826 to 2014. It is offered to institutions as a perpetual purchase with no ongoing maintenance costs.
Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG
The De Gruyter group publishes over 1,300 new monographs each year in the humanities, STM and law, more than 650 subscription based or Open Access journals, and a variety of digital products. The company is headquartered in Berlin, with offices in Basel, Beijing, Boston and Munich. Under its umbrella brand De Gruyter, the company runs the imprints of De Gruyter Akademie Forschung, Birkhäuser, De Gruyter Mouton, De Gruyter Open, De Gruyter Oldenbourg, and De Gruyter Saur.
Digimap Collections complete bundle for FE consolidates the range of Digimap services that are available from Jisc Collections into a single package that is available for FE Colleges for a single price. The bundle consists of the following Digimap services: Digimap Ordnance Survey Collection; Historic Digimap; Geology Digimap; Marine Digimap; and Environment Digimap.
Digimap for Colleges provides easy access to a range of Ordnance Survey maps including the most detailed mapping available for Great Britain, OS MasterMap, as well as digital versions of Ordnance Survey's famous paper maps, the Landranger and Explorer series. Also included are street level maps showing street names and road-atlas style maps. Curriculum relevant mapping and the range of the tools available means Digimap for Colleges is suitable for teachers and students at all levels of education and in a range of subjects. Digimap for Colleges is developed and hosted by EDINA at the University of Edinburgh.
This service, which is hosted at EDINA, delivers Ordnance Survey maps and map data, available either via download facilities for use with appropriate application software such as GIS or CAD, or as maps generated by Digimap online. The mapping tool (Roam) allows users to view and print maps of any location in Great Britain at a series of predefined scales as well as enabling the user to specify a map scale, area and content for printing maps at up to A0 in size. The Data Download facility allows users to download data for a range of Ordnance Survey products for their area of interest in formats of their choice.
This core collection of 620,000 pages and around 80 key journals, 210 monographs and more than 2,500 manuscript pages is available free of charge to further and higher education institutions in the UK and the Republic of Ireland, research councils in the UK, publicly funded schools, publicly funded libraries, publicly funded archives and record offices within the UK and the Republic of Ireland as part of the JISC Digitisation Programme. The project is providing online access to a comprehensive, multi–disciplinary digital library of research materials relating to Ireland, spanning the 18th century to present. Ceased rare periodicals essential to the study of Ireland's cultural and political life can be found alongside journals publishing vital contemporary scholarship in their fields. Researchers, students, academics and teaching staff will be able to access the digitised materials on Irish Studies via JSTOR from its Ireland Collection.
Dove Medical Press Ltd
Dove Medical Press Ltd is an open access publisher, incorporated in 2003 in the UK, and has currently over 130 titles. Dove Medical Press has worked with Jisc Collections to offer beneficial institutional Open Access membership terms.
Early English Books Online (EEBO) has been purchased by Jisc Collections and is available to UK Higher and Further Education institutions and Research Councils. The content is free in perpetuity, but a fee applies for access via the publisher's server. Institutions now have online access to 22.5 million pages from more than 125,000 books from 1473 to 1700. EEBO is being further enhanced through the Jisc-funded Text Creation Project*, which is re-keying 20% of the titles in the collection to make them fully searchable for the first time. *The EEBO-TCP project is an international scholarly collaboration and partnership between Oxford University, the University of Michigan, Jisc, the Council on Library and Information Resources and ProQuest.
Early English Books Online (EEBO) provides more than 125,000 titles published between 1473 and 1700, starting with the earliest printed works in the English language. It reproduces the works listed in the Short-Title Catalogue I (Pollard & Redgrave, 1475-1640), the Short-Title Catalogue II (Wing, 1641-1700), the Thomason Tracts, a compendium of broadsides on the English Civil War printed between 1640 and 1661, and the Early English Books Tract Supplements.
These 410 e-books have been selected through extensive community consultations to provide taught course e-books for FE students and teachers. Subscription is free to all UK FE institutions. Access to these e-books is via the ebrary platform, under unlimited concurrent access until 31 August 2016. There is no charge to access the platform.