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CIFNAL (CRL) negotiates access to OpenEdition HSS journals

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From: Julie Therizols <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Wed, 9 Mar 2016 14:55:07 +0100

Through the Center for Research Libraries (CRL) consortium, member
libraries of the Collaborative Initiative for French Language
Collections (CIFNAL) can now subscribe to OpenEdition Freemium for
Journals (OEFJ) at a preferential rate.

This offer includes a subscription to a bundle of 143 peer-reviewed
humanities and social science journals (HSS), with open access to all
content on the platform (in HTML format) and unlimited downloads of
PDFs and ePubs (premium offer). High-quality associated services make
it easy to integrate content into catalogues and library discovery
tools.

This partnership is the fruit of North American libraries’ expression
of interest in the journals included in the OEFJ offer. Its aim is to
enrich digital resources in the French-language research domain, which
are particularly well represented within the OpenEdition journal
bundle. The bundle includes the following publishers: Collège de
France, Presses Sorbonne Nouvelle, École Française de Rome, Éditions
de l’École normale supérieure de Lyon (ENS), Éditions de la maison des
sciences de l’homme, Presses universitaires du Midi and Éditions de
l’École des hautes études en sciences sociales (EHESS), etc.

CIFNAL is currently examining the possibility of expanding this
agreement to OpenEdition Books. OpenEdition brings together a vast
array of resources, namely 400 journals, two thirds of which are in
open access, over 2.600 online books, an academic blogging platform
for researchers, and announcements of academic events. Available in a
variety of languages, these resources cover the full disciplinary
range of the humanities and social sciences (history, sociology,
anthropology, political science, literature, etc.) and all of the
regions of the world, particularly Europe, the Mediterranean Basin,
the Middle East and Latin America.

About CRL / CIFNAL

The Center for Research Libraries (CRL) is an international consortium
of university, college and independent research libraries. Founded in
1949, CRL supports original research and inspired teaching in the
humanities, sciences and social sciences. On behalf of member
libraries, CRL negotiates favourable terms for the purchase of (or
subscription to) major electronic resources. The Collaborative
Initiative for French Language Collections (CIFNAL) is a CRL interest
group. It aims to improve access to French and Francophone resources
for North American partners and, inversely, access to North American
French-language resources for French and Francophone partners.
> https://www.crl.edu

About OpenEdition

OpenEdition is a comprehensive digital publishing infrastructure that
disseminates publications and information in the humanities and social
sciences. Together the platforms receive 5 million visits a month from
around the world. OpenEdition’s Freemium programme offers a package of
services and formats to libraries and their users. OpenEdition is
developed by the Centre for Open Electronic Publishing, a non-profit
public initiative supported by several leading research and higher
education institutions. Its primary mission is to promote open access
digital publishing.
> https://www.openedition.org

Further information

·     OpenEdition offer on the CRL website

·     List of journals

Contacts

·  CRL - Judy Alspach: [log in to unmask]

·  OpenEdition - Julie Thérizols: [log in to unmask]

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