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Scientific American now available on -

Science magazine Scientific American is now available on for institutional customers at Site license access on includes access to Scientific American, Scientific American Mind, and special issues. is Nature Publishing Group's (NPG) website, and platform for its publication… Read More

RSMeans makes 2010 cost data available for pre-order -

Construction cost information provider RSMeans, US, part of Reed Construction Data, has announced that the full line of 2010 RSMeans cost data books and CostWorks CDs is now available for order or pre-order at The products are projected to give customers… Read More

IOP Publishing announces 2010 prices; to offer 6 open access titles -

Non-profit scientific publisher Institute of Physics Publishing (IOP), UK, has introduced e-only subscriptions for 2010. The new e-only option will allow customers to renew 2009 subscriptions to all IOP Publishing-owned titles in 2010 with no price increase. E-only versions of IOP journal packages will also be… Read More

Thieme Publishers announce journal price freeze for 2010 -

Thieme Publishers, part of STM publisher Thieme Publishing Group, Germany, has announced that it is freezing journal prices for 2010. The move is in response to the current recession and assist libraries during their budgetary difficulties. The new pricing policy applies to journals with electronic subscriptions… Read More

Brill announces 2010 journal prices -

Academic publisher Brill, Netherlands, has ceased price increases for certain subscription types in 2010. According to the company, the EURO electronic-only price and the US$ electronic and print price will not increase and US$ electronic-only price will decrease by 7 percent. Brill has re-introduced the print-only… Read More

Earthscan announces price freeze for 2010 -

Independent publisher Earthscan, UK, has announced that it is freezing journal prices for 2010. The move is in response to the current recession and library budget difficulties, and with recognition of the growing importance wide dissemination of research on sustainability. The price freeze applies globally, and… Read More

US publishers body endorses international joint statement on OA debate -

The Professional and Scholarly Publishing Division of the Association of American Publishers (AAP/PSP) has expressed its endorsement of a joint statement on the open access (OA) debate issued by two international organisations representing publishers and librarians. The statement, entitled 'Enhancing the Debate on Open Access,' was… Read More

Oxford Journals announces pricing policy for 2010 -

Oxford Journals, a division of Oxford University Press (OUP), UK, has announced changes to its pricing policy for 2010. Starting 2010 onwards, the online only price will be the 'base' price for all the journals published by Oxford Journals. The print only price will be 110… Read More

OECD Publishing announces price freeze for 2010 -

OECD Publishing, one of the leading publishers in the fields of economics and public policy, has announced its decision to freeze its prices for 2010 to assist libraries in maintaining their subscriptions. The economic downturn is impacting library budgets. To better support their budgeting process, the… Read More

ProQuest extends freeze on Continuing Service Fees through 2011 -

ProQuest, part of Cambridge Information Group, US, has announced that it is extending its freeze on Continuing Service Fees, ongoing product support and access fees for perpetual archive agreements, through 2011. In addition, ProQuest is offering discounts on Continuing Service Fees to libraries that make new… Read More

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