Academic books and journals publisher Maney Publishing, UK, has announced that it has joined the NESLi2 SMP (Small and Medium-sized Publishers) collection. Maney expects the move to make its e-journals available for licensing to a greater number of higher and further education and research communities. The complete e-journal collection is available, as well as Maney’s five specialist collections in health sciences, materials science and engineering, archaeology and heritage, history and humanities, language and literature.
NESLi2 SMP features e-content from 22 publishers around the world which are licensed by more than 190 higher and further education institutions and research councils. It seeks to provide its members with high quality e-journal content from publishers not covered by the original NESLi2 agreements. The collection is projected to offer the benefits of negotiated JISC banded subscription pricing and the security of the NESLi2 model licence.
NESLi2 is the UK’s national initiative for licensing e-journals on behalf of the higher and further education and research communities. It is estimated to have delivered savings of $13.2 million to the community in 2009. The collection offers over 7,000 e-journals to more than 190 higher and further education institutions and research councils.
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