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New SAGE agreement for 2020-2022

FinELib and SAGE have signed a three-year agreement for 2020-2022.
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FinELib and SAGE have signed a three-year agreement for 2020-2022. The agreement contains access to nearly 1000 SAGE’s scientific journals and open access publishing benefits for the researchers.

SAGE Premier 2020 collection provides full text access to 943 journal titles in the SAGE collection. Full text is generally available from 1999. The journal collection is updated annually to the latest SAGE Premier collection throughout the contract period. Subject areas include humanities, business and management, science, education, engineering and health sciences.

Access to SAGE journals: https://aalto.finna.fi/Record/alli.772298?lng=en-gb

Additional information on open access publishing in SAGE journals: http://finelib.fi/open-access-publishing-in-sage-journals/

 

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