Consortium Partnership: SCELC
Electronic Resources Licensing

TexShare has partnered with the SCELC to provide colleges and universities in Texas with the opportunity to license electronic resources not currently available through the TexShare program.

Colleges and universities in Texas are eligible to become TexShare/SCELC Partners; they will then be able to acquire access to electronic resources at reduced rates negotiated by SCELC. Both TexShare and SCELC staff members are available to assist potential partners throughout this process. For welcome letter, guidelines, application and agreement form, go to http://scelc.org/texshare.

Send Questions or Comments to: quotes@scelc.org

 

Current Offers

 

SCELC and William S. Hein & Co. are pleased to offer discounts for HeinOnline, Hein's premiere product with more than 135 million pages available in an online, fully-searchable, image-based format. The Government, Politics & Law for Academics package is a vast collection of government documents, political science classics, academic journals and world constitutions---a must-have for your undergraduate program.

Also freely available without any subscription or commitment is HeinOnline’s Slavery in America and the World: History, Culture & Law which brings together, for the first time, all essential legal materials on slavery in the United States and the English-speaking world.  This includes every statute by every colony and state on slavery, every federal statute dealing with slavery, and all reported state and federal cases on slavery, and much more.

For full offer details, please visit https://scelc.org/offers/heinonline-gpla

Order forms are due: December 31, 2018


JSTOR and SCELC have partnered to offer a 10-year, predictable pricing option for the Archive Journal Collections as an alternative to the standard ACF/AAF model to accommodate institutions with limited budgets. This offer also includes discounts on the new JSTOR Sustainability journal collection subscription pricing.  Additionally, there are special savings for institutions who add the JSTOR Religion & Theology archive journal collection in 2017. All SCELC Member and affiliate libraries are eligible for these offers.

Order forms are due: June 29, 2018

Visit our website and log in to review the full offer and pricing details:

JSTOR Archive Journal Collections and Sustainability SCELC offer page: https://scelc.org/offers/jstor-journals

JSTOR Religion & Theology Archive Journal Subject Collection SCELC offer page: https://scelc.org/offers/jstor-religion-theology

Contact SCELC Offers with any questions or requests you may have. 


AAAS is under new leadership and has changed its pricing and policies in an effort to become more library friendly. All SCELC libraries are now be eligible to subscribe through SCELC - both members AND affiliates, including new AND current subscribers. Additionally, the discount offered by AAAS is nearly 3x higher than in the past with the opportunity for further discounts for those institutions that subscribe to multiple AAAS titles, including two new launches: Science Immunology and Science Robotics.

Please note that this new pricing structure has been applied to current SCELC Science subscribers as well, though it will take a few years for current subscribers across the country to adjust (down or up) to the new pricing model.

Please see the SCELC offer page for more detail:
http://scelc.org/offers/aaas-science-online-individual-journal-subscript...
You will need to log in to the SCELC website to see full details, including pricing


ACLS Humanities E-book Package Subscription

 

ACLS and SCELC are pleased to offer a discount on the Humanities Ebook subscription package of 4700+ ebooks. This offer includes a special incentive for new subscribers, and existing direct subscribers are also eligible to renew through SCELC at a discount.  

ACLS Humanities E-Book (HEB) is an online collection of more than 4,700 books of high quality in the humanities and related social sciences, accessible through institutional subscription. These titles are offered by the ACLS in collaboration with thirty learned societies, over 100 contributing publishers, and the Michigan Publishing division at the University of Michigan Library.

For full offer details, see http://scelc.org/offers/acls-humanities-e-book-package-subscription


Bloomsbury Digital Resources is offering the International Critical Commentary Series to SCELC libraries at a discounted rate, with the opportunity for small size institutions to participate in a shared purchase. Complete details on all Bloomsbury Collections available through SCELC, including discounts and annual hosting fees, are available on the ICC Series offer page after logging in.

Shared Purchase order forms due: February 16th, 2018. Offer for individual libraries is ongoing.


SCELC is pleased to feature The Cross-National Time-Series Data Archive to both new and current subscribers. The archive is a data set comprised of 200 years of annual data from 1815 onwards for over 200 countries. Its 196 variables are used by academia, government, finance and media.

Unique to this archive are the Domestic Conflict Event variables and the corresponding live links to the source articles for each event. The 2015 Edition of the CNTS Data Archive contains over 1.7 million data points including Domestic Conflict, Political, Legislative and Economic variables.

The Cross-National Time-Series (CNTS) Data Archive contains 200 years of data, from 1815 for every country. Its 196 variables are of interest to social scientists, economists, historians, government, business and media. Of special interest, however are the unique Domestic Conflict Event variables: Anti-Government Demonstrations, Assassinations, General Strikes, Guerrilla Warfare, Major Government Crises, Revolutions, Riots and Purges.

Existing subscribers are eligible to renew this resource through SCELC.

For full offer details, see http://scelc.org/offers/cross-national-time-series-cnts-data-archive


Rosetta Stone Library Solutions

SCELC and EBSCO are offering significant discounts on Rosetta Stone Library Solutions to academic libraries. Through EBSCO's partnership with Rosetta Stone, the Library Solution product includes level 1 lessons, learning tools, and mobile apps for 30 languages. The PLUS Library Solution includes all levels for each language (up to level 5 for common languages), and is designed to align libraries with ESL/World Language initiatives. This offer is only available to new subscribers at academic institutions. Existing subscribers, corporate and medical institutions are not eligible. 

For full offer details, see http://scelc.org/offers/rosetta-stone-library-solutions


 

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