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SHEDL member institutions gain access to EUP journals -

Scholarly publisher Edinburgh University Press (EUP), UK, has announced a three year agreement with the Scottish Higher Education Digital Library (SHEDL). Under the deal, nineteen SHEDL member institutions in Scotland will gain access to all EUP journals.

SHEDL was set up in 2009 to provide uniform access across all Scottish Higher Education Institutions. It started by licensing journal content from three publishers and has expanded considerably. SHEDL operates as a closed consortium, enabling researchers to have access to the same titles wherever they are based. This is seen as vital to the Research Pools operating in Scotland. These consist of researchers from different institutions working together but dependent on the online information that they receive from their home library.

The Edinburgh University Press agreement, running from January 2010 until 2012, will enable researchers in Scotland to access all Edinburgh University Press journals. This includes leading Scottish History journals Scottish Historical Review and Journal of Scottish Historical Studies; and highly regarded publications in literary studies.

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