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License Begins: 
January 1, 2019
License Ends: 
December 31, 2019
Description: 

The e-Duke Books Scholarly Collection provides access to 2,400 e-books in humanities and social sciences. The collection includes term access to 2,300 backlist titles during 2018 as well as perpetual access to The e-Duke Books Scholarly Collection provides access to 2,600 e-books in humanities and social sciences. The collection includes term access to 2,500 backlist titles during 2019 as well as perpetual access to at least 100 new e-books published by Duke University Press throughout the year.

Archive: Current customers have term access to approximately 1,250 of the titles published before 2008. To purchase perpetual access to this set of e-books, libraries can order the e-Duke Books Archive. The collections for 2008 through 2017 are each available for outright purchase at the 2019 collection price.  DUP also offers 4 sub-ebook-collections: Gender StudiesLatin American StudiesMusic and Sound Studies, and Religious StudiesPricing is available upon request for the backfile and the subcollections.

Simultaneous Users: 

Unlimited

FT Titles: 
over 2,000
Usage Stats: 

Institutions have the ability to pull reports with their administrator logins.

2017 and 2018 partial usage

2016 and 2017 partial usage

Content Types: 
Ebooks
Title Lists: 

18-19 Duke Title list

17-18  DukeTitle list

16-17 Title list

Vendor  MARC Records Enhanced MARC records created by catalogers at Duke University Libraries are available at no additional charge.  https://www.dukeupress.edu/Libraries/marc.php

16-17 Ebook details

Counter-Compliant: 
Yes
Multi-Consortial Note: 

This is a multi-consortium license including CAUL, COPPUL, CREPUQ and OCUL. Lead negotiator: OCUL.

Notes on Subscribers: 

Concordia had until 2014

16-17 UNBC cancels

Entitlements - books