Walter de Gruyter: Nationallizenz für sämtliche Zeitschriften und Jahrbücher

March 2009
Bibliotheksdienst;mar2009, Vol. 43 Issue 3, p312
Trade Publication
This article discusses a consortium agreement between the publishing company Walter de Gruyter and the national and academic libraries of Göttingen, Germany. It is noted that this deal will result in a pilot project which will last three years. The agreement allows for online-access to all periodicals and annual publications produced by Walter de Gruyter and it is noted that 154 libraries are participating.


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