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Hindawi is an Open Access publisher with 557 peer-reviewed journals covering a wide range of academic disciplines. When publishing in any of Hindawi’s journals, authors retain the copyright of their article, which is freely distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, permitting the unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction of the article in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. This is an offer open to Jisc APC members for increased discount on APC charges when arranging for a pre-payment account with Hindawi (varied levels of discount apply).
Historic Digimap is part of the Digimap suite of online mapping facilities. As such, its look and feel will be familiar to existing Digimap users but intuitive to all, regardless of their level of experience with maps. Users will be able to view maps through their web browser, save maps for printing and download the historic map data for use in geographical information systems. The content has been purchased in perpetuity, but a fee applies for access via the Digimap platform.
Independent Scholarly Publishers Group
The Independent Scholarly Publishers Group (ISPG) is a new initiative in scholarly publishing, initiated in the latter half of 2010.
A+ Education brings together over thirty years of content indexed by the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER), providing one central access point to information of relevance to the education sector worldwide. The database encompasses all aspects of learning from early childhood through to tertiary, adult learning, assessment, distance learning, phonics, Rasch measurement, international education, indigenous education and literacy. A+ Education will benefit everyone from teachers and training professionals to curriculum advisers, policy makers, psychologists and social workers.
Australian Public Affairs is a collection of articles from more than 500 Australian journals, indexed by the Australian Public Affairs Information Service. It explores the politics and policy influencing, and influenced by, both public and private sectors.
Informit Database is a collection of resources available on an annual subscription basis individually or as a collection.
Compiled in partnership with Engineers Australia (EA) and Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand (IPENZ) the Informit Engineering Collection provides access to full text resources across all engineering disciplines. Collating decades of archived data as well as the latest research, this collection will benefit engineering professionals, researchers, students and policy makers looking for quick and targeted access to industry information. Informit Engineering Collection is produced by RMIT Publishing in collaboration with partners such as Engineers Australia and Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand (IPENZ).
Informit Health Collection provides access to health resources and research from the Asia Pacific region. Content includes research articles, reports, eBooks and case studies of practical support to students and professionals working in therapeutic, diagnostic, preventative and primary health roles.
Institutions now have free online access to over 110,000 articles and 1.5 million pages of research from 40 journals published by the Institute of Physics between 1874 and 1998. The content has been purchased in perpetuity, and access via the publisher's server is free until 31/12/2014. An access fee may apply after this date, but institutions can choose to self-host the content free of charge.
The IOP Journal Archive 1999-2006 bridges the gap in content between the IOP Journal Archive 1874-1998, and IOP's NESLi2 Option 1 package. The IOP Journal Archive 1999-2006 is offered to institutions as a one-off, in perpetuity purchase.