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A Close Collaboration: IGI Global Collaborates with NSTL To Bring Research to China

By Caroline Campbell on Apr 20, 2018
Since 2008, IGI Global has partnered with the Chinese National Science and Technology Library (NSTL) to provide scholarly journals to prestigious Chinese institutions through its award-winning InfoSci-Journals database.

NSTL, established in 2000, is a public service organization providing science and technology information resources to over 500 institutions, including National Science Library of Chinese Academy of Sciences (NSLC), Institute of Science and Technology Information of China (ISTIC), and Chinese Machinery Industry Information Institute (CNKI). Through this partnership, these institutions have access to cutting-edge research in IGI Global’s 11 core subjects, namely business and management, computer science and information technology, education, engineering, and social science and humanities.

The top-trending journals within the region include:
In Addition to these journals, many Chinese affiliated journals have been trending within the organization such as the International Journal of Web Services Research (IJWSR), which is index in Web of Science, Scopus, Ei Compendex, and INSPEC, and the newly established journal, the International Journal of Translation, Interpretation, and Applied Linguistics (IJTIAL).

As an effort to offer Chinese institutions, and others around the world, access to emerging and timely research, IGI Global is now offering the InfoSci-Journals database for an annual subscription price for new customers as low as US$ 4,950. This recent price reduction is in response to the constant budget contraints librarians face when acquiring new journals into their collections. The database offers IGI Global’s expanding portfolio of 175 journals for an average cost of US$ 28 per journal and journals featured in the database are found in prestigious indices such as Web of Science, Scopus, Ei Compendex, and INSPEC.

For those interested in more specialized content, the academic publisher also offers smaller, comprehensive subject and discipline focused databases including:

InfoSci-Journal Disciplines

InfoSci-eJournal Collections

These databases are powered by the InfoSci Platform, which provides institutions with full-text PDF and XML viewing capabilities to unlimited simultaneous users, no embargo of content, no maintenance or service fees, no DRM, and free MARC records.

For more information on IGI Global’s databases and partnerships, please contact e-resources@igi-global.com.

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