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  1)   JSTOR Current Scholarship Program Announces 2016 Catalog and Pricing

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Subject: JSTOR Current Scholarship Program Announces 2016 Catalog and Pricing
From: Shawn Herman <>
Date: Tue, 26 May 2015 15:15:12 -0400

**please excuse cross-postings**

11 New Titles from Four Participating Publishers Join for 2016

JSTOR is pleased to announce that the 2016 catalog and price list<> for the Current Scholarship Program (CSP) are now available.

The Current Scholarship Program integrates current journals with archival journals and ebooks on JSTOR, making it all cross-searchable and linked in ways that help scholars discover, use, and build upon a wide range of academic content. The 2016 collection will feature 214 titles from 48 leading publishers, with 11 titles that are new to the 2016 program. Titles span more than 20 disciplines, including leading journals in core areas such as business & economics, education, history, and language & literature.

JSTOR is again pleased to offer complimentary e-access for the remainder of 2015 for new 2016 subscription orders received by September 1, 2015. Complimentary e-access is not available for journals that are new to the program for 2016. Please contact<> for more details.

Browse the 2016 Collection<>

New journals are available for 2016 from the following participating publishers:

-         Harrassowitz Verlag

-         Indiana University Press

-         Pennsylvania State University Press

-         University of Minnesota Press
Institutions may subscribe to journals in the Current Scholarship Program as single titles, discounted publisher packages<>, or the discounted Complete Current Scholarship Collection<>. All subscription prices are set by participating publishers, and some publishers and titles offer pricing tiered according to JSTOR classifications. Orders can be placed directly with JSTOR or via your subscription agent. JSTOR also offers reserve accounts, which institutions may use to set aside funds for later allocation to JSTOR offerings. Institutions interested in setting up a reserve account with end-of-year funds can contact<> for more information.

For more information, please contact<>.

About the Current Scholarship Program
The Current Scholarship Program (CSP) provides access to more than 200 high-quality current titles from 48 leading publishers, linking current journals with archival journal and ebook content on JSTOR's trusted platform. JSTOR is one of the most heavily used and relied-upon research and teaching platforms for academic libraries, helping scholars to discover, use, and build upon a wide range of academic content.

The Current Scholarship Program was a direct response to the needs of the communities JSTOR serves. It was created to help presses, scholarly associations, libraries, faculty, and students benefit from investment in a shared technology platform and related services to support the publication, dissemination, and use of new scholarship.  JSTOR and its participating publishers share a mission to advance fair and sustainable models that promote the widest possible dissemination of scholarly research.
For more information, visit<>.

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