Jisc Collections news
A five year study into open access monograph publishing in the humanities and social sciences has today released its final report.
Migration to New Worlds, a collection of materials on the ‘Century of Immigration’, is now freely available to all UK academics and students in higher (HE) and further (FE) education institutions thanks to a collaboration between Jisc and Adam Matthew.
A new agreement for access to the Kompass EasyBusiness (EBOL) database in 2016 is now available.
Institutions may assist their researchers by making a financial deposit with PeerJ to be utilised in the publication of their research.
Free KB+ workshops will run across the UK this year. Learn how to get more from the service, with lunch and refreshments included.
An offer for outright purchase of the eDuke Books Scholarly Archive is now available.
The eDuke Books Scholarly Collection offer for 2016 is now available