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    June 1st, 2020LISWire aggregatorUncategorized

    The prices of digital institutional subscriptions to hundreds of magazine archives through digital publishers Exact Editions will be frozen for the 2020/2021 academic year. This decision comes in recognition of the unprecedented financial repercussions of the COVID-19 pandemic and the budget uncertainties that may lie ahead.

    Exact Editions transforms periodicals with archives into intuitive digital editions; existing partners include such prestigious names as The TLS, Foreign Affairs and Le Monde Diplomatique.

    Institutional subscriptions are authenticated by IP-access for a seamless browsing experience, but also benefit from advanced remote access options that are particularly important in these challenging times where premises are closed. The archives are also fully-searchable, accessible across web, iOS and Android platforms, and integrated into library catalogues with MARC records and KBART data.

    See Exact Editions’ institutional shop page here:

    Daryl Rayner, Managing Director of Exact Editions, said: “Due to the strain that the global crisis has put on academic and corporate libraries around the world, we have frozen prices to ensure that digital resources will still be as accessible as possible over the coming year.”

    About Exact Editions:

    Exact Editions is a digital publishing company based in London. It is a team of producers, developers and designers that turns periodicals with archives into dynamic, user-friendly digital editions. Exact Editions specialises in digitising content, selling subscriptions and providing streaming solutions across web, iOS and Android platforms. Exact Editions are also the innovators of ‘Reading Rooms’ technology, so publishers can provide streaming, time-limited, access to digital editions.

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