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Taylor & Francis Group is to embark on a project to digitise its backfile collections back to Volume 1 Issue 1 by key subject area.
29th December 2005

Journals falling under the company's 3 imprints; Taylor & Francis, Routledge and Psychology Press, will be digitised and released over the coming months in a bid to allow libraries to strengthen their collections of scholarly information available to their researchers, whilst saving valuable shelf space in the library.

Introducing the first subject archives to become available:

Education Archive
Your library now has the opportunity to enable access to the complete collection of Education articles, from the world's leading Education publisher, from less than one third of a pence per page. The collection includes access to 113 titles and over 1.1 million pages, and compliments the existing availability of approximately 52,000 Education online articles.

Business, Management & Economics Archive
From less than half a pence per page, your library can add to the currently available 15,000 articles in Business, Management and Economics by purchasing the archive of 45 titles and 250,000 pages. All articles include full cross-searching capability, article abstracts and references.

Flexible purchasing options are available to suit every budget that allow for a one time purchase with annual maintenance fee or small annual subscription.

We appreciate the concern of perpetual access rights, therefore should your library wish to purchase an archive by annual subscription, and the spend on the archive reaches 125% of the outright purchase cost for that year, your library will automatically have purchased the collection at the one-time fee and only the small annual maintenance charge will be due for future years.

Current print plus online or online only subscriptions will continue to include online access back to 1997 where available. In the event of cancellation perpetual access will be granted to any volume where a fully paid subscription was held.

Christoph Chesher, Group Sales Director, Taylor & Francis Group says, "T&F remains focused on the widest dissemination of key content to scholars and researchers worldwide. The development of online archives demonstrates T&F's commitment to digital academic publishing and perfectly compliments our growing portfolio of over 370,000 articles from 1050 ejournals and catalogue of 12,000 ebooks".

Online archives will continue to be released during the coming months.
The next backfile due to be digitised will cover Physics, Chemistry and Materials Science.

To find out more on the journals included and pricing options available, and to qualify for a 50% discount on the annual fee in 2006 please contact:

Ashleigh Bell
Journals Sales Manager
T:+ 44 (0)207 017 6350
M: + 44 (0)7764 984581
F: + 44 (0)207 017 6725
E: ashleigh.bell@informa.com

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