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Registering for access directly through Oxford Journals Online provides your users with use of the full features and functionality available from our new platform. However, for your convenience, our online titles are also available through a selection of intermediaries/service providers (see below).
There is no additional charge to the publisher's subscription price. However, service providers may charge libraries for use of their service. Please contact your preferred intermediary for further details.
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With your My Oxford Journals For Librarians account, you can:
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We are committed to offering you perpetual access to journal content that you have subscribed to in the past. Should your licence expire, you will continue to have access to those issues from the agreed list of Oxford Journals that were published during the licence period in question.
If we no longer retain the rights to content (for example, if a journal changes publisher) we cannot guarantee continued access, but we will make every reasonable effort to negotiate these rights with the new publisher.
See also our Frequently Asked Questions on archival access.
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We offer a range of services that can help you to keep up-to-date with developments and content of Oxford Journals.
- CiteTrack – If you are monitoring research in a particular area for your readers, then you can use CiteTrack. This will alert you by e-mail when new content is available that matches your chosen criteria based on topics, authors, and articles.
- E-toc Alerts – You can sign up for e-TOC alerts to receive the latest Journal Tables of Contents and forward these to your library users.
- RSS Feeds – You can choose to receive the latest details of new journal content onscreen using RSS Feed. Links to information on how to sign up for RSS feeds can be found on the home pages of all Oxford Journals
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