Tuesday, April 17, 2007

JISC Collections consultation on ResearchNow Full Access

Response required by 15 June 2007

ResearchNow Full Access allows users to retrieve through a single, unified search interface, high quality scholarly research within the subscription-based, peer-reviewed Berkeley Electronic Press journals, as well as information published within working paper series, preprints, monographs, and other institutional and subject-matter repositories hosted by Berkeley Electronic Press It currently contains approximately 134,000 documents that have been downloaded more than 10 million times (5.4 million downloads in the past year).

The content covers the full range of research requirements from undergraduate assignments to new frontiers in academic research across all subject areas. The resource is updated every day with new papers being placed in the repositories and working paper series. The peer-reviewed content in the Berkeley Electronic Press journals becomes 'live' every few days. Plans for the future include extending the content on all fronts, with new repositories, working paper series and peer-reviewed journal titles.

Further details are available here.

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