Journal titles kept through perpetual access

The University Library will keep more than 1,660 titles through perpetual access agreements after "big deal" cancellations.

As outlined in September, our licenses with Taylor & Francis and Wiley-Blackwell give the university the right to access some content we have already paid for (perpetual access) when the license has concluded or has been cancelled.

The library will maintain access to previously published content of more than 1,660 titles among both publishers through perpetual access agreements, including access to older content, where we have purchased journal archives.

View the complete list of Taylor & Francis and Wiley-Blackwell titles to which we have perpetual access.

These titles are in addition to the individual titles that the library will be re-subscribing to from each publisher. 

For titles that will not be renewed, alternate access may be available through other library databases. Visit the eJournals page to browse or search for all electronic journal availability. Where that is not the case, means such as interlibrary loan and utilizing browser extensions like Unpaywall for open access articles, will be valuable in obtaining articles.

Read more about the alternate access options available.

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