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JournalTOCs INASP collaboration

18 Mar 2014

Collaboration between JournalTOCs and INASP means that access to JournalTOCs Premium will be provided free for eligible INASP partner consortia for 17 months from 1 April 2014.

Based at the School of Mathematical & Computer Sciences at Heriot-Watt University, JournalTOCS Premium is a current awareness subscription service providing customisations to research, academic, commercial and institutional library and resource centres worldwide. It is the institutional version of JournalTOCs, the free collection of subscription and open access journal Tables of Contents. JournalTOCS enables researchers to discover the newest scholarly papers coming directly from publishers as soon as they have been published online. It includes Tables of Content from over 24,000 scholarly journals including more than 7,500 selected OA titles, from approximately 2,000 publishers.

INASP is an international development charity working with a global network of partners to improve access, production and use of research information and knowledge, so that countries are equipped to solve their development challenges. INASP’s work is funded by governmental and non-governmental development agencies and philanthropic foundations, with contributions from its partner countries.

The JournalTOCs Premium customisations for INASP consortia, developed as part of the EPSRC funded JEMO project, will give library users in participating libraries fast and easy discovery, alerts and access to the full-text of the most current papers published in the electronic journals to which the libraries subscribe, including (where applicable) journal content negotiated by INASP from over 40 major publishers. In addition, content from INASP’s Journal Online Projects (Bangladesh Journals Online, Latin America Journals Online, Mongolia Journals Online, Nepal Journals Online and Sri Lanka Journals Online) has been added to JournalTOCs and is included in the service.


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