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Re: Taylor & Francis Group and Haworth Press McMillan, Jennifer (21 Dec 2007 15:53 UTC)

Re: Taylor & Francis Group and Haworth Press McMillan, Jennifer 21 Dec 2007 15:53 UTC

Hi Ken,

Just to clarify the Haworth Press price structure for 2008:

Haworth had one institutional price in 2007 that combined print and
online access.

>From 2008 they have a print/online price, a print only price and an
online only price, so no one will loss online access unless they elect
to go print only.

Do get in touch if you have any further questions.

With best wishes

Jennifer McMillan
Library Marketing Manager
Taylor & Francis Group

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From: SERIALST: Serials in Libraries Discussion Forum
[mailto:SERIALST@LIST.UVM.EDU] On Behalf Of Ken Siegert
Sent: 19 December 2007 16:12
To: SERIALST@LIST.UVM.EDU
Subject: Re: [SERIALST] Taylor & Francis Group and Haworth Press

Hi Jennifer,

Does this mean that the Haworth titles will still be offered as print
w/free online in 2008?  Or only after the transition to T&F?

Just prior to the announcement that T&F was buying Haworth, we received
notice from EBSCO that online access would no longer be free with our
Haworth print subscriptions.  In preparation of the up- charge, I just
deleted our URLs for our 4 Haworth titles.

Thanks,

Ken

On Dec 19, 2007, at 8:58 AM, Jennifer McMillan wrote:

> Taylor & Francis Group is delighted to welcome Haworth Press journals
> and books to its publishing portfolio following the acquisition of
> Haworth Press on September 14th, 2007.
>
> Haworth Press' list of social, behavioral and environmental science
> titles are an excellent complement to the existing strengths of
> Routledge and Taylor & Francis in these areas. Our editorial team
> is very much looking forward to the continued development of the
> Haworth journal titles in these fields. Titles focussing on medicine
> will become part of the journal portfolio of our sister company,
> Informa Healthcare.*
>
> The Haworth list boasts a range of well-regarded library science
> journal titles.
> These will be merged with the Routledge imprint, and will continue to
> be nurtured as key resources for the information science community.
>
> The Haworth list is also particularly strong in the areas of social
> work and LBGT studies. Highlights of the list include Homosexual
> Studies, Journal of Social Service Research, and Social Work in Health

> Care.
>
> Our electronic platform, informaworld, will allow these titles to
> thrive in an online environment. Haworth's Publisher &
> Editor-in-Chief, Bill Cohen, commented on the acquisition:
>
> "...in order to grow, Haworth needed a consistently creative internet
> platform that could compete successfully with other platforms of major

> houses.
> informaworld at Taylor & Francis was most attractive in this sense.
> It is a
> resplendent hosting service, interweaving core journals along with
> eBooks, abstract databases, and reference works of historic
> importance. The stability of a prodigious international publishing
> house also adds an important dimension in regard to digital
> permanency."
>
> View a full list of Haworth Press journal titles at:
> http://www.haworthpress.com/journals/
>
> Transferring your subscriptions
> We plan to transfer Haworth Press journal titles during the course of
> 2008, and will update subscribers throughout this process. Below is
> our plan for the
> transfer:
>
> Renewals: 2008 renewals were distributed by Haworth Press. Existing
> customers will be able to resubscribe to Haworth sales models which
> will remain the same through 2008.Taylor & Francis Group will
> administer
> 2009
> renewals.
>
> Customer Service will be available via Haworth Press until March 2008.

> See www.haworthpress.com/contact/default.asp for contact details.
> After this point, Customer Service will be available from Taylor &
> Francis Group. See www.tandf.co.uk/journals/contact.asp for your local

> Customer Service contact.
>
> Electronic Access will continue at the Haworth Press website
> www.haworthpress.com throughout 2008. Taylor & Francis Group will
> migrate these titles to informaworld during the course of 2008. From
> 2009, the informaworld platform will host the Haworth Press list.
>
>
> *******************************
> About Taylor & Francis Group
> Taylor & Francis Group is a leading international academic publisher,
> specialising in journals, books, encyclopedia and abstract databases
> to distribute quality information and knowledge.
> Contact details:
> Jennifer McMillan, Library Marketing Manager, Taylor & Francis Group,
> 4 Park Square, Milton Park, Abingdon OX14 4RN
> Jennifer.McMillan@tandf.co.uk www.informaworld.com
>
> *Please contact Kevin.Steiner@informausa.com for further details on
> the transfer of Haworth Press titles to Informa Healthcare.

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Ken Siegert
Acquisitions Assistant
Electronic Resources & Periodicals / U.S. Documents Shadek-Fackenthal
Library Franklin & Marshall College P.O. Box 3003 Lancaster, PA
17604-3003

Phone -     (717) 291-4219
Fax -     (717) 291-4160

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