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Journal Announcements from 3 Publishers for 2012
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The following information comes from three journal publishers about their contents and pricing for calendar year 2012:
1. TAYLOR & FRANCIS
2012 pricing for journals and reference works from the Taylor & Francis, Routledge and Psychology Press imprints is now available.
We are continuing to offer the option to purchase archival access to 19 Taylor & Francis Online Archive packages covering Arts to Zoology, and everything in between. For further information on these rich journal archives please contact your local sales team or visit archives please contact your local sales team or visit:
New for 2012, libraries will also have the opportunity to extend their coverage of individual titles by licensing backfile content published prior to 1996 as a top-up to their regular subscriptions via the Taylor & Francis Title-by-Title Archive Offer.
Introducing the FRESH Journals Collection: This new product is available to those currently subscribing to the Taylor & Francis Library, and allows customers to license newer content from young journals in volumes 3-7 at a significant saving on list price. The FRESH Collection is available as a complete package, and as specialist packages: FRESH Science & Technology and FRESH Social Science & Humanities. The collection combines fresh thinking, award-winning journals and research from forward-looking societies and editors who share Taylor & Francis' commitment to supporting developing areas of research. Find out more at: www.tandf.co.uk/libsite/fresh
In addition to these new products, Taylor & Francis will be publishing at least 32 new and acquired titles for 2012. A full list of titles new to Taylor & Francis for 2012 is available at: http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/new_journals.asp#2012
These new products complement existing pricing options available to Taylor & Francis customers:
*Title-by-title subscriptions - build your own collection of Taylor & Francis content
*The Taylor & Francis Library - license over 1,200 titles from across the T&F portfolio, or choose from the T&F Science & Technology or T&F Social Science & Humanities Library
*Subject Collections - if yours is a specialist library, top up your holdings with content from 19 subject-specific collections. The most cost-effective pricing options for current content are the Taylor & Francis Library and Subject Collections. For those customers purchasing title-by-title subscriptions, T&F has been mindful of the current pressures facing library budgets. For 2012, we have absorbed most of the cost of increased pages and frequency in order to keep price increases reasonable.
All of the products listed will be available from Taylor & Francis' next-generation platform, Taylor & Francis Online: www.tandfonline.com.
2. BERG PUBLISHERS
Berg Publishers is pleased to inform you that 2012 journal prices are now available for all Berg journals. Berg offers a selection of 16 publications with a strong focus on visual arts. The online Journal brochure is available at: http://bit.ly/i58Kt1
The 2012 journal price list can be found at: http://bit.ly/oCosnP
Note that with the following journals there is now greater content as outlined below.
*Material Religion has increased from 3 to 4 issues per year from 2012.
*Anthrozoos will be celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the journal and the 20th Anniversary of the International Society for Anthrozoology (ISAZ). The journal will therefore be publishing a supplementary issue - increasing the number of issues published in 2012 to 5.
*Fashion Theory will also be publishing a supplementary issue in 2012, on Berg's award-winning Encyclopedia of World Dress and Fashion, available online through the Berg Fashion Library at http://www.bergfashionlibrary.com
The following journals have increased significantly in page extent:
*Cultural and Social History
*Food, Culture & Society
*Anthrozoos (page increase is in addition to the supplementary issue
Libraries will have full access to all available digitised backfiles and current issues they subscribe to with each subscription. Except for Anthrozoos: Archive content included in the subscription runs from volume 20 - present. The Archive for volumes 1-19 is available to purchase separately and from 2012 we will be removing all maintenance charges.
Please note that from 2012, Cultural Politics will be published by Duke University Press: www.dukeupress.edu/culturalpolitics
All journals are available online only or in combination with a print subscription. Art in Translation is only available electronically.
VAT will be charged against 40% on the online part of combined institutional subscriptions if applicable. The full VAT charge will be added to online only subscriptions.
Online access is provided at IngentaConnect. Registration and online activation requests need to be placed at Ingenta. Further details and instructions can be found at: http://bit.ly/qP59Y9
Institutional free trials are available for 30 days. To sign up, please visit: www.ingentaconnect.com/content/berg
Berg Publishers supports the NISO/SERU initiative (Shared Electronic Resource Understanding, sponsored by NISO: http://www.niso.org/committees/SERU/). Libraries wishing to subscribe to Berg journals will be given the option to forego a traditional licensing agreement and operate under SERU Recommended Practices.
Berg Publishers welcomes enquiries from library consortia. Its collection offers exceptional value to institutions and consortia interested in signing up to several or all Berg journals.
Please contact Emily Medcalf (email@example.com) for sales models and discounts. If you have any further questions please do not hesitate to contact us.
Ellie Graves, Journals Marketing Executive
50 Bedford Square
London WC1B 3DP
3. MARY ANN LIEBERT
Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. publishers has released its 2012 journal subscription rates for institutions. For a complete list of journals and institutional pricing, please visit: http://www.liebertpub.com/2012prices
** New in 2012 **
Advances in Wound Care
Print ISSN: 2162-1918, Online ISSN: 2162-1934
Games for Health: Research, Development, and Clinical Applications (G4H)
Print ISSN: 2161-783X, Online ISSN: 2161-7856
Shingles and PHN
Print ISSN: 2160-1186, Online ISSN: 2160-1194
Human Gene Therapy: Part B, Methods
Print ISSN: 1946-6536, Online ISSN: 1946-6544
** Frequency Increases **
*Astrobiology - From 10 to 12 issues
*Biopreservation and Biobanking - From 4 to 6 issues
*Cancer Biotherapy and Radiopharmaceuticals - From 6 to 10 issues
*Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking - From 10 to 12 issues
*Environmental Justice - From 4 to 6 issues
*Genetic Testing and Molecular Biomarkers - From 10 to 12 issues
*Human Gene Therapy and Part B: Methods - From 12 to 18 issues
*Journal of Gynecologic Surgery - From 4 to 6 issues
*Journal of Medicinal Food - From 10 to 12 issues
*Journal of Neurotrauma - From 12 to 18 issues
*Microbial Drug Resistance - From 4 to 6 issues
*Stem Cells and Development - From 12 to 18 issues
Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., is a leading company in the STM knowledge and information industry, publishing over 70 journals in the fields of biotechnology; biomedical research/life sciences; medicine, surgery, and nursing; law, economics, and policy; pediatrics; psychology; public health; and sustainability and environmental studies.
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