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  1. Business and Management content that provides your teaching faculty with high quality multi-media resources which are ready for use in synchronous and asynchronous teaching. The content is available via the bespoke app called Ryze. Content is sourced from UK academics, edited for digital publication by our in-house experts comprised of academic vision editors, E-learning consultants, and in-house Video team. The content can be adapted to your institution's needs.

    Publisher: Studious Digital Education Ltd

  2. With a focus on environment studies, geography, planning studies and urban studies, this resource gives institutions free access to the backfiles of 28 journals published under the Routledge imprint until 1996.

    Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group Limited

  3. The Read component only of the T&F Transitional Agreement is available for Further Education institutions

    Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group Limited

  4. Transitional Agreement including Reading and Publishing within a single licence.

    Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group Limited

  5. An unlimited Read and Publish Transitional Agreement covering the three Company of Biologists' hybrid journals with an option to add two OA journals.

    Publisher: The Company of Biologists Ltd

  6. The Literary Encyclopedia is a reference work for English, American, German, Russian, Italian, French and Classical Latin literatures as well as expanding coverage of Hispanic, Japanese, Classical Greek, Canadian, East European and various postcolonial literatures. It is collectively owned by its writers and editors and combines advanced database technology with an understanding of literary history.

    Publisher: Literary Dictionary Company Limited

  7. Programming Historian operates on a not-for- profit basis, publishing cost-effective gold open access scholarship. They publish novice-friendly, peer-reviewed tutorials that help humanists learn a wide range of digital tools, techniques, and workflows to facilitate research and teaching. This membership allows your institution to support a globally focused project. One third of their readers live in low and middle income countries, and that number continues to grow.

    Publisher: ProgHist Ltd

  8. The Royal Society's digital archive of material published between 1665-1996. This offer is for the one-off purchase of the archive in perpetuity with no ongoing access fees. The Royal Society Archive, Science in the Making was released at the end of 2017. The Royal Society is offering Jisc members a discounted price to enable them to add this to their perpetual collection and to enable members to reduce their print holdings and off-site storage costs.

    Publisher: Royal Society

  9. The Royal Society's digital archive of material published between 1665-1996. This offer is for the one-off purchase of the archive in perpetuity with no ongoing access fees. The Royal Society Archive, Science in the Making was released at the end of 2017. The Royal Society are offering JISC members a special price to enable them to add this to their perpetual collection and to enable members to reduce their print holdings and off-site storage costs.

    Publisher: Royal Society

  10. The Vogue Archive connects researchers with the history of 20th century fashion and culture through the digitised archive of US Vogue magazine, from 1892 to today.

    Publisher: ProQuest LLC