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License Begins: 
January 1, 2017
License Ends: 
December 31, 2017
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Description: 

The e-Duke Journals Scholarly Collections provide online access to Duke University Press journals in the humanities and social sciences. To offer flexibility to libraries, we have developed Standard and Expanded collection options. 

  • Standard: includes online access to 43 Duke humanities and social science journals (for 2018)
  • Expanded: includes the 43 titles in Standard as well as Comparative Literature, Genre, Journal of Music Theory, Novel, Philosophical Review, and TSQ: Transgender Studies Quarterly.

The collections are hosted by HighWire Press until the end of 2017. News about platform change for 2018: content will be changing platforms from HighWire Press to Silverchair Information Systems at the end of the year. We will soon have a check-list of items for our librarian partners to complete to ensure a smooth transition, but for now, we are urging everyone to please sign up for our Platform Migration email list. Libraries can visit the Platform Migration page on our site to sign up and find more information.

Simultaneous Users: 

Unlimited

Usage Stats: 

COUNTER-compliant usage statistics are available to institutional subscribers. Institutions have the ability to pull reports with their administrator logins.

2016 and 2017 partial usage

To view usage statistics, please visit dukejournals.org

Institutions may also visit highwire.org for more information on retrieving usage statistics.

Content Types: 
Ejournals
Title Lists: 
Counter-Compliant: 
Yes
Multi-Consortial Note: 

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

Notes on Subscribers: 

Entitlements - journals