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Colorado Alliance Purchasing Scheme

Specialized member pricing on our 2020 backfile collections!

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Unprecedented savings on Taylor & Francis backfile collections for Colorado Alliance members!

Taylor and Francis (T&F) Journals Group is delighted to offer a very special offer to the Alliance membership for its backfile collections. Each library not only has tailored pricing based on each participating institution’s FTE and Carnegie Class, but in addition at the end of the offer, we will add additional discounts based on the collective member spend.

We reviewed Turnaways for all members and it was clear there are 17 subjects from Medicine to Physical Sciences to Humanities that stand out as most useful to students and faculty in Colorado! Your personalized offer includes all these subjects however you can further customize to just the subjects you need for your school – just ask us to build you a custom quote.

This offer is valid up to end of April 2020 and will include our 2020 content, that is, any newly digitized content added between now and then will also be part of the offer!

Alliance Member spend additional discounts!

Once all purchases are confirmed, we will tally up the spend and provide the following additional discounts:

Up to $250,000 - 5%

Up to $500,000 - 10%

Up to $750,000 - 15%

Up to $1M - 20%

Up to $1.25M - 25%

Up to $1.5M - 30%

Up to $1.75 - 35%

Up to $2M - 40%

Wondering how this offer might compare to what JSTOR offers?

Wonder no more! Some customers may wonder how buying direct compares to what they might have from JSTOR? We can answer this as we have recently carried out a full analysis. JSTOR is a very unique collection of T&F journals. In our Classic Archive collections, which this offer covers, we have over 1,500 titles of which 111 of those are found in the JSTOR list. This represents 7% of our content in our collections so for complete confidence in journal full runs when weeding, it is better to buy directly!

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