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Elsevier signs 3-year ScienceDirect deal with University of Montreal

The agreement will provide access to all of Elsevier’s current titles and complete archives

The University of Montreal (Photo © istock.com/bakerjarvis)
The University of Montreal (Photo © istock.com/bakerjarvis)

Elsevier has signed a 3-year deal with Université de Montréal (UdeM) Libraries for access to its online journals platform, ScienceDirect. The agreement will provide access to all of Elsevier’s current titles and complete archives.

In a post on the UdeM website, Stéphanie Gagnon, Head of Collections at the time of negotiations, and Director of Libraries ÉPC-Biologie, Aménagement, Musique and Campus de l'UdeM à Laval, said the library was particularly satisfied with the terms of the agreement.

ScienceDirect is the leading platform for peer-reviewed scholarly literature, with 3,800 journals, more than 35,000 books, and sophisticated search and retrieval tools that make it easy to discover relevant content.

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