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Sage publications available online to Australian libraries

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US publisher, Sage, and the Council of Australian University Librarians (CAUL) have signed a three-year agreement offering member institutions electronic access to more than 450 journals, published by Sage.

Through this agreement, 75 institutions in CAUL’s Electronic Information Resources Committee (CEIRC) program will be eligible to access Sage Premier, which according to the publisher is one of the largest collections in the social sciences.

Access will be provided through Sage’s online journal delivery platform and includes backfile content to 1999.

‘CAUL aims to facilitate access to the latest cutting-edge research for its members,’ explains Eve Woodberry, president at CAUL. ‘We are very pleased to be adding Sage’s content to our collection of digital resources.’