The Library now has renewed and expanded access to approximately $140 million in digital content thanks to successful negotiations by the Canadian Research Knowledge Network (CRKN).
CKRN is a partnership of Canadian universities dedicated to expanding digital content for the academic research enterprise in Canada.
With the recent round of negotiations, CRKN has secured three-year license renewals for these popular Library resources:
In addition to these renewed resources, CRKN also successfully negotiated for the purchase of new backfile collections, which has given the Library access to an additional 11 Oxford titles, 146 Springer titles, and Web of Science backfiles from 1900 through 1955.
Additionally, the Library now has access to Proceedings Citation Index through the Web of Science.
For more information on CRKN negotiations, see the CRKN press release, or contact:
Associate University Librarian