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New Licensed Resource: Announcing STMnetBASE eBooks from Taylor & Francis, 2017-2019

The UC Libraries have acquired the STMnetBASE frontlist ebook collection from CRC Press/Taylor & Francis for the next three years, 2017 – 2019. All ten campuses and CDL contributed towards this purchase.      (All campuses; on the CRCnetBASE platform)

The agreement includes 16 new collections and replaces the previous licensing of individual subject collections – BiomedicalSCIENCEnetBASE, ENVIROnetBASE, MATHnetBASE and STATSnetBASE which all ten campuses licensed and local acquisitions of the AGRICULTURE, FOOD, FORENSICS, HEALTHCARE, NUTRITION, PHYSICS, VET and WATERnetBASEs.

The systemwide upgrade also incorporates the ENGnetBASE evidence-based selection (EBS) pilot that has been managed by the physical sciences and engineering group during the last four years.

The upgrade includes unlimited simultaneous access and perpetual rights to the full 2017 collection of approximately 1,146 books expected to be published annually, primarily in STEM areas.  The STMnetBASE license does not include CHEMnetBASE which is a separate systemwide agreement.

Deanna Johnson (UCD) is the CRCnetBASE Resource Liaison.



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