All Australian and New Zealand Universities Gain Access to Taylor & Francis Group Journals, Multi-Year Deal Signed
From a Joint Announcement:
Taylor & Francis and the Council of Australian University Librarians (CAUL) are pleased to announce a new agreement enabling access for all 47 Australian and New Zealand universities to Taylor & Francis’s portfolio of more than 2,500 peer-reviewed journals from 2017-2019.
The agreement introduces an innovative pricing model based on tiers defined by scale and research intensity and encompasses six-year transitionary pricing.
The new agreement enables access to approximately 2,500 multidisciplinary journals in a sustainable and transparent way for all members. This addresses the challenge of finding a model which was relevant for the way in which CAUL members are currently using content.
Read the Complete Announcement
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