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  1. Cambridge University Press is the printing and publishing house of the University of Cambridge. The press is the oldest publishing house in the world celebrated 436 years of continuous publishing in 2021. CUP is a not-for-profit publisher and their mission is to advance learning, knowledge and research worldwide. This is a tiered flat fee fully OA agreement for two CUP fully OA journals series: Cambridge Prisms and Cambridge Research Directions. The agreement includes unlimited publishing in all journals in these series.

    Publisher: Cambridge University Press (Holdings) Limited

  2. Public Information Online is a complete collection of parliamentary papers from Westminster, Scottish Parliament, Northern Ireland Assembly and the Scottish Government.

    Publisher: Dandy Booksellers Limited

  3. The De Gruyter Book Archive (DGBA) is a digital collection of over 40,000 titles between 1759 and 1999. Historical resources include Friedrich Schleiermacher, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Ludwig Tieck, and the Brothers Grimm.

    Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG

  4. Each publisher on the Digital Archival Collections Group Purchasing Scheme has provided a list price based on the Jisc banded structure, with the entry price point decreasing from band 1-10. The price displayed represents 20% off the Jisc banded list price and is the maximum price members would pay (excluding VAT or transaction management charge, where applicable). Once the order has been placed, you will immediately gain access to the content.

    Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG

  5. The De Gruyter eBook EBA Package contains 107,000 eBooks available via the De Gruyter platform, including titles from the Ivy League American University Presses and other notable partner publishers. Subjects include Linguistics, Philosophy, Classical Studies, Theology & Religion, History, Cultural Studies, Jewish Studies, German Studies, Asian Studies, Social Sciences, Mathematics, Physics, Materials Sciences, Chemistry, Industrial Chemistry, Geosciences, Engineering, Architecture & Design, Life Sciences and Medicine.

    Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG

  6. De Gruyter Journal Archive, available via Perpetual Access purchase, covering the years 1826-2019. The agreement is available 2021-2023.

    Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG

  7. De Gruyter publishes journal titles in classical studies, law, linguistics, literature, geosciences, history, industrial chemistry, Islamic Studies, materials science, mathematics, philosophy, physical sciences, religion and theology.

    Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG

  8. DETAIL Inspiration provides digital images and up-to-date information about architecture and construction within a full-text database.

    Publisher: DETAIL Architecture GmbH

  9. Digital Theatre+ brings performance directly into the classroom, library and lecture hall. Bringing you filmed productions, practitioner interviews, and a wide range of written introductory/contextual materials. Live full length productions - including Digital Theatre’s own recordings alongside collections from the likes of the Shakespeare's Globe, the Royal Shakespeare Company, the BBC, Broadway Digital Archive, Eclipse, Royal Opera House, London Symphony Orchestra etc. Also includes audio radio-plays from LA Theatre Works. In-depth practitioner interviews exploring process, craft and technique with academics, playwrights and industry insiders: including actors, directors as well as all backstage staff: lighting technicians, fight coordinators and stage managers. Expert research resources such as encyclopedia entries, workshops, lectures and essays all written by academics and industry insiders and many peer-reviewed. Please note this agreement is for institutions who subscribed to this resource prior to 2019 AND who were subscribers to the 2019-2022 agreement. There is a separate catalogue page for new subscribers.

    Publisher: Digital Theatre.com Limited

  10. Digital Theatre+ brings performance directly into the classroom, library and lecture hall. Bringing you filmed productions, practitioner interviews, and a wide range of written introductory/contextual materials. Live full length productions - including Digital Theatre's own recordings alongside collections from the likes of the Shakespeare's Globe, the Royal Shakespeare Company, the BBC, Broadway Digital Archive, Eclipse, Royal Opera House, London Symphony Orchestra etc and including audio radio-plays from LA Theatre Works. In-depth practitioner interviews exploring process, craft and technique with academics, playwrights and industry insiders: including actors, directors as well as all backstage staff: lighting technicians, fight coordinators and stage managers. Expert research resources such as encyclopedia entries, workshops, lectures and essays all written by academics and industry insiders and many peer-reviewed. Please note this agreement is for new institutions wishing to sign up. There is a separate catalogue page for existing subscribers.

    Publisher: Digital Theatre.com Limited