The Royal Society Digital Journal Archive is easily the most comprehensive archive in science and contains some of the most significant scientific papers ever published. The development of this digital resource means that the Society’s online collection now contains every paper ever published in the Royal Society’s journals - from the very first peer-reviewed paper in Philosophical Transactions in 1665 to the most recent interdisciplinary article in Journal of the Royal Society Interface. Seminal research papers include accounts of Michael Faraday’s groundbreaking series of electrical experiments, Isaac Newton’s invention of the reflecting telescope and the first research paper published by Stephen Hawking.
Journal packages available through COPPUL include:
- Package S Excellence in Science Collection
- Package A Physical Sciences Collection
- Package B Biological Sciences Collection
- Package H History of Science
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- Subscribers 2016 and 2017 usage and denials
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- UNBC 2016 and 2017 usage and denials
- University of Victoria 2016 and 2017 usage and denials
- University of Winnipeg 2016 and 2017 usage and denials
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- Subscribers 2019 usage
All COPPUL participants subscribe to Package S: Excellence in Science Collection except MacEwan with Package B (downgrades in 17-18)