Taylor and Francis and Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Jennifer McMillan 04 Feb 2008 14:19 UTC
*with apologies for cross-posting*
>From January 2008, current content for all titles formerly published by
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates (LEA) has been made available on informaworld.
The LEA list is particularly strong in the fields of Education and Behavioral
Science, and complements the excellence of the publishing programmes of
Routledge and Psychology Press in these fields. Those who subscribe to our
current content packages, the Taylor & Francis SSH and ST Libraries, and to
our Subject Collections, will benefit from access to this additional content.
>From March 31st 2008, LEA titles will no longer be available via LEA Online. In
order to make the transition to informaworld as smooth as possible we wanted
to let you know the steps we are planning to take:
1. Since November 27th we have been dual hosting LEA Online with
informaworld. All LEA titles are now available on the informaworld site. We
have registered your online access on informaworld. If you do not see LEA
titles listed in your subscription entitlement, please contact
firstname.lastname@example.org where our online customer services staff will be
ready to assist.
2. From January 1st 2008, all new content for the LEA titles will be
loaded onto informaworld only. LEA Online will no longer be updated with new
3. From March 31st 2008, we will put redirects in place from LEA Online
to the informaworld site.
We will send you further updates and reminders between now and March 31st,
but for now we advise you to update your catalogue so that you can benefit
fully from access to new content during all of 2008. We have put together a
list of the former LEA titles, along with their Open URLs which should help you
to update your catalogue. This can be found at www.informaworld.com/LEA .
Usage statistics from LEA Online will cease to be available after March 31st, so
library account managers are encouraged to download statistics from LEA
Online before this date.
Did you know?
You can keep your catalogue up-to-date with the help of RSS feeds from
informaworld. To create these for LEA titles, please refer to
All informaworld RSS feeds take the following format, where the last eight
digits match the journal ISSN: