DOAJ Academic Institutions Supporter Program
New York Times All Access
- DOAJ is an extensive index of peer-reviewed, open access journals from around the world, driven by a growing community, committed to ensuring quality content is freely available online for everyone.
- DOAJ makes it easy for libraries to integrate trusted open access journals and articles into their discovery systems
- Benefits of DOAJ Academic Institution Membership include:
- Acknowledgement as a DOAJ Sustaining Supporter on the
DOAJ Supporters webpage
- Use of the DOAJ Sustaining Supporter status in marketing activities
- Use of the DOAJ logo on your institution’s websites, training materials, and in other
- Ability to provide Supporter Feedback at email@example.com
The New York Times and Center for Research Libraries recently signed an agreement offer a new product upgrade: New York Times All Access. This product provides the New York Times News Access services you already know plus institutional access to the following resources:
- News: Global reporting, analysis, cultural commentary and more to deepen students’ understanding of the world.
- Games: From The Crossword to Wordle and Spelling Bee — word, visual and number games that build problem-solving skills, provide a mental break, and delight solvers.
- Cooking: A digital cookbook and cooking guide alike to support students’ total wellness and kitchen confidence, deliciously.
- Wirecutter: Independent product recommendations and reviews based on real-world testing to help students choose products confidently and feel empowered as consumers.
- The Athletic: In-depth, personalized sports coverage that can foster media literacy on subjects that students are passionate about.
This upgrade is available for new subscribers now and all renewing institutions, including those on current multi-year agreements, can upgrade as of January 1, 2024.Open Syllabus Analytics
The following new and featured offer is now available: Open Syllabus Analytics
. A new platform subscription supporting Open Infrastructure in higher education.
Lyrasis has partnered with Open Syllabus
to offer Lyrasis members and non-members the Open Syllabus Analytics subscription resource. The Open Syllabus Analytics
subscription combines syllabus archiving with tools for exploring the curriculum across thousands of colleges and universities. In addition to the subscription service, participating institutions will have the option to provide their syllabi for inclusion in the Open Syllabus datasets to help support open research and education.
This new resource offer comes with exclusive member and non-member discounts
for subscribing via Lyrasis. These new subscription offers are valid through December 31, 2024
. Discounts for Lyrasis members begin at 25% off list price and begin at 15% off list price for non-members. A central license has been negotiated by Lyrasis and accessibility documentation is also available upon request.
For more information, please register to attend the Open Syllabus Analytics informational webinar on March 13th at 2pm EST here
. To request a quote please email firstname.lastname@example.org
. You can also reach out to Christy Urquieta Cortes at email@example.com
for any additional questions.
Trials are available for this resource.