BioOne Complete Journals SMP Agreement 2019-2021

  • Start: 1 Jan 2019
    Expiry: 31 Dec 2021
  • Description:

    BioOne Complete is a collection of high-impact bioscience research journals featuring content on an array of pressing topics including global warming, stem cell research, and ecological and biodiversity conservation.

Product overview

BioOne is a not-for-profit organisation founded by a partnership of SPARC, the American Institute of Biological Sciences, the Greater Western Library Alliance, the University of Kansas and Allen Press.

BioOne Complete includes a total of 208 publications from 158 publishers, including 26 open access titles for 2019.

Four new titles have been for 2019, one of which is fully Open Access:

  1. Biology of Reproduction - 2000 to current
  2. Freshwater Mollusk Biology and Conservation - 2012 to current - Open Access Title
  3. Journal of Mammalogy - 2000 to current
  4. Mammalian Species - 2000 to current

Please see the full 2019 title list and backfile coverage per title. The KB+ title file will be available shortly.

Any new titles added to the BioOne Collection for 2020 and 2021 will automatically be included in renewals.

Publisher selection policy

Specific selection criteria includes ISI-ranking, international focus/appeal, bioscience content fit and existing online presence and circulation. BioOne Complete attempts to bring together esteemed, well-known synthesis titles with niche publications that represent the building blocks of science. Together, these publications provide users with a well-rounded aggregate resource for all their research needs.

Backfiles or archives included

Varies from title to title but all journals include at least two years of backfile, with many available back to 2000.

Description timeline

1995-present

Update Type

Information not available.

Update Notes

BioOne Complete is an aggregation of current content and as such is updated daily with new content. Current journal issues for active publications are released on BioOne Complete shortly after print release.