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New initiative extends the Press’s commitment to the publication of books by historically underrepresented authors through direct financial support.
All 13 Ivy Plus Libraries Confederation (IPLC) partner institutions* will provide financial support for arXiv in 2022.
PLOS has announced that it is the first wholly Open Access (OA) publisher to deliver Release 5 COUNTER-compliant usage reporting to the library community.


Exact Editions has partnered with Jisc to provide a new deal for further education (FE) colleges across the UK that is available until the end of March 2022. The deal includes discounted prices on more than 70 prestigious titles across the platform that can be used as part of on-site teaching and home study.
Bibliotheca has announced that its integrated communication system, uniFi+, first released in Scandinavia in 2019, is now available to libraries worldwide.
Drawn from the vast archives of the British Colonial Office, the material represents the definitive collection of digital primary sources available for the study of life in the Caribbean under British colonial rule.
Built with the student researcher in mind, the Learning Centers orient new users to the content and topics available in a digital archive, spark inspiration for new research topics and provide guidance and best practices for searching, browsing, citing and reusing primary sources.
“The Cambridge Archive Editions imprint is a natural fit for East View and our mission of supplying authoritative research materials to the academic community,” said Kent D. Lee, President and CEO of East View. “We are excited to continue to build upon the primary source collections developed by Cambridge Archive Editions over the last 40 years.”
MUSE will host additional titles from University of Minnesota Press and Wayne State University Press


Ian Potter joins Frontiers

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