Librarian Newsletter December 2019
In this month’s Librarian Newsletter, we present the 2020 Journals Archive, seek your feedback, and more.
Featuring 248 titles and more than 260 Nobel prize-winning authors, the 2020 Journals Archive is now available for purchase via subscription, perpetual access, title-by-title, or EBA.
New and Noteworthy
Discover recent highlights from our academic publishing.
After listening to customers’ requests and feedback, OUP is delighted to announce that we will begin offering print-replica PDFs for forthcoming books on Oxford Scholarship Online from November 2019.
Last month’s VSI webinar is now online. Editors discussed the origin, topic selection, and the big impact of these little books, as well as how libraries can offer access to this series of 600+ titles.
To help guide future initiatives, we invite librarians to join our Librarian Research Panel. Participants provide critical feedback through activities like surveys, interviews, and study partnerships.
Journals News and Highlights
The latest virtual issue from The Economic Journal discusses opportunities and challenges posed by an increasingly connected world, including Brexit, the environment, the diffusion of ideas, and more.
Articles in the inaugural virtual issue of The Econometrics Journal span many developments, like advances in combining machine learning and using econometrics to infer treatment effects from big data.
Titles from our ever-expanding selection of prestigious journals are accessible through a user-friendly platform that enables extensive searching to support research needs. Share our User Guide with your users for navigation tips.