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Access to Taylor & Francis e-journals will end 1.2.2019 - download the important articles

Negotiations between the FinELib consortium and Taylor & Francis ended with no positive results. Read the full press release on the FinELib website: http://finelib.fi/finelibs-negotiations-with-taylor-trancis-hit-a-wall/

Aalto University students and researchers can continue to use T&F journals until the end of January 2019. Note that according to user terms set by publishers, it is permitted to download reasonable portions of content at a time, mass downloading is not permitted.

Aalto University will have perpetual access to a limited number of T&F journals and the availability information of these journals will be updated as soon as possible to Aalto-Finna and the SFX linking service.

Negotiations with Wiley are still ongoing for the time being. Wiley has confirmed that FinELib subscribers' access to material continues until 18.2.2019.

 

Alternative ways to find articles

FinELib's Alternative Access page lists different ways to search for articles, e.g. browser add-ons that automatically search for open versions of articles.

Also the Interlibrary loan service will find the fastest and most inexpensive ways to order the needed articles.

 

Further information: [email protected]

 

 

 

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