Save 20% on Taylor & Francis digital primary source collections!
Digital archival collections of primary source material are an important complement to traditional resources like journals and books. However, limited budgets make the purchase of these often-expensive content resources difficult.
By working in collaboration Jisc and publishers are making these collections more affordable. Our approach is community-centred and based on the simple market principle: the more products that are purchased, the lower the price for those participating.
The scheme runs from November to July of each academic year and guarantees a minimum saving of 20% off the list price of all the products on offer, with the potential to expand to beyond 30% depending on uptake.
Who is the scheme for?
The scheme means that librarians can afford to invest in these collections, achieving more with a smaller budget. As a result, researchers, teachers and learners can all benefit from access to a wider range of resources.
The scheme is open to all higher education members as defined in the Jisc banding information.