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Elsevier ebooks: Evidence Based Selection (pre 2007-2012) and Freedom Collections 2013 (plus 2009-2012)
Elsevier offers JISC Collections' institutions discounts for their Evidence Based Selection (EBS) ebook model and their Freedom Collection Books model. With Evidence Based Selection, an institution is given an unlimited access to a selected number of collections during a 12 months period at an upfront fee. The Freedom Collection for eBooks offers great value to customers by providing access to the complete eBooks front list of S&T and HS titles for an affordable price, plus an additional 4 years’ worth of early backlist titles. Further details can be found in the full description.
ScienceDirect provides full text scientific, technical and medical (STM) articles – managed by renowned editors, written by respected authors and read by researchers from around the globe – all available in one place: ScienceDirect. Elsevier’s full text collection covers titles from the core scientific literature including high impact factor titles such as The Lancet, Cell and Tetrahedron.
Wolters Kluwer Health (Medical Research) Ltd
Embase, the Excerpta Medica database, is a biomedical and pharmacological database which gives users access to up to date information about medical and drug-related subjects.
Encyclopaedia Britannica (UK) Ltd
Encyclopaedia Britannica’s eBook Collection for FE (Annual Subscription Option) provides 241 titles covering, but not limited to 77 courses within the Life Sciences, Maths, English, Physical Science, Science, Technology, History, Cultural Diversity, Computing, Physics, & Genetics, and many more including content which supports the teaching of functional skills. This offer is only open to Further Education Institutions via Jisc Collections.
Encyclopaedia Britannica (UK) Ltd
Encyclopaedia Britannica’s eBook Collection for FE (Perpetual Purchase Option) provides 241 titles covering, but not limited to 77 courses within the Life Sciences, Maths, English, Physical Science, Science, Technology, History, Cultural Diversity, Computing, Physics, & Genetics, and many more including content which supports the teaching of functional skills. This offer is only open to Further Education Institutions via Jisc Collections.
Environment Digimap provides Land Cover Map data from the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology. This is a parcel-based classification of UK land cover derived from satellite images and digital cartography and gives land cover information for the entire UK. Land cover is based on UK Biodiversity Action Plan Broad Habitats. Environment Digimap will be a subscription service and is thought especially relevant for research in the university and higher education sector. The levels of subscription fees for years 2 and 3 will be set early during 2014, to take effect from 1 August 2014. Until that time the service is available to the staff and students of organisations which may register without payment. However, institutions are required to accept the Land Cover Map Data Sub-Licence in order to gain access.
European Sources Online (ESO) is a single source of full text information on Europe with a primary focus on the European Union. The online database also includes information on fifty European countries, the work of other international organisations operating within Europe, and issues of concern to students, researchers, and citizens of Europe. Based at Cardiff University, ESO is published by an experienced editorial team.
Expert Reviews Ltd
Expert Reviews provides healthcare practitioners and research professionals with a source of objective cutting-edge information on exciting emerging trends in healthcare and advances in the major therapeutic areas through the Expert Reviews series. With its wide range of subject areas the Expert Review series provides the perfect, affordable, all in one medical collection for universities and hospitals.
Future Medicine Ltd
Future Medicine aims to provide objective and authoritative information on medical advances in the post-genomic era, delivering concise, forward-looking perspectives on the scientific, clinical, economic and policy issues that confront us in modern healthcare.
Gale Virtual Reference Library offers access to a range of eBooks as well as trusted, authoritative reference works. It hosts a number of award-winning titles across 18 subject areas, including Art, Environment, History, Law, Science and Technology. This offer grants institutions free access to nearly 600 titles from the GVRL collection until 31 March 2014. At the end of this period, purchasing decisions can be made based on the usage of titles over the preceding months. The institution is under no obligation to purchase any titles.