Commercial digest (1 message) Bob Persing 07 Aug 2009 18:57 UTC
ABOUT THE COMMERCIAL DIGEST Since June 2008, the SERIALST moderators have been distributing a Commercial Digest once a week, on Friday afternoons, with messages containing informational content from commercial bodies (i.e., publishers, vendors, agents, etc.). The moderators review submitted messages for informational content that may interest our subscribers. We reserve the right to reject messages that are purely for advertising or product/service solicitation, with little or no informational content beyond the solicitation, as well as other content that are not within the scope and purpose guidelines of SERIALST: http://www.uvm.edu/~bmaclenn/serialst.html If you have thoughts or feedback about the Commercial digest, or other aspects of SERIALST, please let us hear from you. Contact information for the SERIALST moderators is at: http://www.uvm.edu/~bmaclenn/serialst.html#contacts This week's digest contains 1 message: 1) Duke University Press announces 2010 Euclid Prime pricing --------------- Message # 1: Subject: Duke University Press announces 2010 Euclid Prime pricing From: Kim Steinle <email@example.com> Date: Fri, 07 Aug 2009 14:21:08 -0400 Duke University Press is pleased to announce that pricing for the 2010 Euclid Prime collection is now available. The number of titles in the collection has increased from 23 in 2009 to 30 in 2010. Hosted on the Project Euclid platform, the collection now includes these additional high-quality titles: Hokkaido Mathematical Journal Journal of Commutative Algebra Journal of Integral Equations and Applications Kyoto Journal of Mathematics Nihonkai Mathematical Journal Rocky Mountain Journal of Mathematics Tohoku Journal of Mathematics Tsukuba Journal of Mathematics To provide flexibility for libraries, we are offering renewing subscribers the option to purchase 2010 content for titles included in the 2009 collection at a flat rate. "We recognize that the downturn in the economy has impacted libraries significantly," says Mira Waller, manager of Project Euclid. "We want to provide libraries with the opportunity to choose the options that fit their budgets while making sure that Project Euclid remains a viable and growing online community for independent and society publishers in mathematics." Current content for the Japan Journal of Industrial and Applied Mathematics (now with Springer) will no longer be part of Euclid Prime; however, archival content from 2006 to 2009 will remain part of the collection. For more information about pricing and titles for the Euclid Prime collection, please visit http://dukeupress.edu/library/euclidprime or contact Journals Customer Service at firstname.lastname@example.org.