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2021 Project MUSE eBook Collections   
  • 2021 Project MUSE eBook Collections are now available
  • NEW Subject Collections
    • Art & Architecture
    • Education and Rhetoric
    • Gender Studies
    • Music
    • Science, Technology, and Media
  • Special Top-Off Offer for all new books launching in 2021, for libraries that have purchased all previously-available books


ACLS Humanities E-Book Collection (ACLS HEB)   
  • A digital collection of over 5,500 backlist books carefully selected by ACLS scholars from leading scholarly publishers, including university and society presses
  • Available as a subscription with tiered pricing
  • The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation just awarded Michigan Publishing, now the administrators of ACLS HEB, with a grant to re-envision this collection. Michigan Publishing and LYRASIS have created an anonymous survey to garner feedback from non-subscribers in order to evaluate potential model changes, subject collections, and features of the platform.


Annual Reviews   
  • Non-profit publisher dedicated to synthesizing and integrating knowledge for the progress of science and the benefit of society
  • Annual Reviews successfully launched their Subscribe to Open initiative this year, offering institutions a swift, fair and sustainable path to transitioning paywalled journals to Open Access
  • LYRASIS members receive:
    • A 5-10% off standard discounted rate for Annual Reviews collections
    • No rate increase from 2020-2021 - all pricing is remaining flat for the next subscription cycle
  • Individual journal titles are not eligible for the consortial discount


Central European University Press OA Monographs Initiative: Opening the Future   
  • Funded by library contributions from around the world, the Central European University Press (CEUP) is transitioning to an open access monograph program through a new library membership initiative, Opening the Future .
  • CEUP is an established leader in publishing books about the history of communism and transitions to democracy, reflecting its unique position between the East and the West.
  • The new OA publishing model gives Opening the Future members access to a selection of CEUP’s extensive backlist, DRM free and with perpetual access to this backlist collection after three years of participation.
  • The membership revenue will be used to make newly-published books openly accessible to anyone. When the annual revenue target is met and the entire monograph frontlist is openly accessible, future membership fee rates can be lowered.
  • To join the international community that supports this initiative, register an institutional pledge at https://www.openingthefuture.net/.


De Gruyter University Press Library eBook Collections   
  • Featuring eBook frontlist, backlist and archive collections from:
    • Amsterdam University Press
    • Columbia University Press
    • Cornell University Press
    • Harvard University Press
    • Princeton University Press
    • Rutgers University Press
    • Stanford University Press
    • University of California Press
    • University of Chicago Press
    • University of Pennsylvania Press
    • University of Toronto Press
    • Yale University Press
  • Complete frontlists with no title level restrictions
  • Access all ebooks through one platform
  • Varying collection discounts available based on collection, copyright year, and press
  • Additional discounts available with the purchase of collections from three or more collections


Demography: A Platinum Open-Access Journal   
  • Starting with the 2021 volume, Demography, the leader in the field of population studies, will be published in open access by Duke University Press.
  • Demography needs the support of stakeholders - demographic research centers and departments, foundations, consortia and libraries - to ensure its long-term viability.
  • Libraries, research centers, and other organizations can choose to support open-access content at any of the following levels:
    • Level 1/$4,000 and up
    • Level 2/$2,000 to $3,999
    • Level 3/$1,000 to $1,999
    • Level 4/$500 to $999


e-Duke Books Scholarly Collections   
  • Provides access to over 2,800 e-books published by Duke University Press in the humanities and social sciences.
  • LYRASIS Member discounted pricing applies to 2008-2021 annual package purchases, e-Duke Books Archive (pre-2008 titles) and e-Duke Books Subject Collections


MIT Press Direct eBook Collections   
  • Key subject areas covered in the complete collection include: art and architecture, biomedical sciences, business and finance, computer science, cognitive science, design, education, environment, game studies, humanities, information science, linguistics, neuroscience, new media, philosophy, and social sciences.
  • LYRASIS Members receive:
    • 10% off Direct Frontlist purchases**
    • 15% off Direct Backlist single year purchase
    • 25% off Direct Archives single collection
    • 45% off Direct Complete package (Frontlist + Backlists + Archive)**
    **Deeper discounts are available for three-year purchases.


Oxford Research Encyclopedias   
  • Discount of 20% - 50% off on the purchase of perpetual access to Oxford Research Encyclopedias made by June 30, 2021
    • The more ORE modules purchased by your library, the higher the discount
  • Extra 5% discount on the purchase of perpetual access to Oxford Research Encyclopedias made by March 31, 2021


Oxford Very Short Introductions   
  • 40% discount on the purchase of perpetual access to the Full Collection made by June 30, 2020
  • 50% discount on the purchase of perpetual access to the Subject Collections made by June 30, 2020
  • Extra 5% discount on the purchase of perpetual access of Full or Subject Collections with commitment to purchase made by March 31, 2021


Springer Nature eBook Collection Offer    
LYRASIS has partnered with Springer Nature to offer special discounting for members wishing to purchase 2005-2021 Springer Nature eBook collections:
  • 20% off all 21 Springer Nature eBooks collections (STEM & HSS)
  • Discount is available for any subject collections not purchased in the last 2 calendar years.
  • Offer expires December 1, 2020


The Washington Post New Offer   
  • Working in partnership with the Center for Research Libraries, LYRASIS is offering online, institutional subscriptions to The Washington Post
  • Special discounting available through December 15, 2020
  • Multi-year agreements for 2- or 3- year terms available


University of Michigan Ebook Collection   
  • Built on an entirely not-for-profit and mission-driven initiative, developed and supported by the scholarly and library communities, this collection includes complete coverage of new and forthcoming UMP scholarly ebook titles with perpetual access rights
    • Key subject areas include: arts, humanities and social sciences, with particular strength in political science, performing arts, classics and archaeology, and American Studies
  • 5% Early Adopter Discount on 2021 Frontlist Collection with commitment to purchase made by December 18, 2020
  • 5% End of Year Discount on 2020 Frontlist Collection with commitment to purchase made by December 18, 2020
  • Additional 5% All Books Discount on combined purchase of 2021 Frontlist, 2020 Frontlist and Complete Backlist with commitment to purchase made by December 18, 2020
  • Want to learn more about University of Michigan Press?


Springer Nature eBook Collection Offer    
LYRASIS has partnered with Springer Nature to offer special discounting for members wishing to purchase 2005-2021 Springer Nature eBook collections:
  • 20% off all 21 Springer Nature eBooks collections (STEM & HSS)
  • Discount is available for any subject collections not purchased in the last 2 calendar years.
  • Offer expires December 1, 2020


Central European University Press OA Monographs Initiative: Opening the Future   
  • Funded by library contributions from around the world, the Central European University Press (CEUP) is transitioning to an open access monograph program through a new library membership initiative, Opening the Future .
  • CEUP is an established leader in publishing books about the history of communism and transitions to democracy, reflecting its unique position between the East and the West.
  • The new OA publishing model gives Opening the Future members access to a selection of CEUP’s extensive backlist, DRM free and with perpetual access to this backlist collection after three years of participation.
  • The membership revenue will be used to make newly-published books openly accessible to anyone. When the annual revenue target is met and the entire monograph frontlist is openly accessible, future membership fee rates can be lowered.
  • To join the international community that supports this initiative, register an institutional pledge at https://www.openingthefuture.net/.


Demography: A Platinum Open-Access Journal   
  • Starting with the 2021 volume, Demography, the leader in the field of population studies, will be published in open access by Duke University Press.
  • Demography needs the support of stakeholders - demographic research centers and departments, foundations, consortia and libraries - to ensure its long-term viability.
  • Libraries, research centers, and other organizations can choose to support open-access content at any of the following levels:
    • Level 1/$4,000 and up
    • Level 2/$2,000 to $3,999
    • Level 3/$1,000 to $1,999
    • Level 4/$500 to $999


The Washington Post New Offer   
  • Working in partnership with the Center for Research Libraries, LYRASIS is offering online, institutional subscriptions to The Washington Post
  • Special discounting available through December 15, 2020
  • Multi-year agreements for 2- or 3- year terms available


2021 Project MUSE eBook Collections   
  • 2021 Project MUSE eBook Collections are now available
  • NEW Subject Collections
    • Art & Architecture
    • Education and Rhetoric
    • Gender Studies
    • Music
    • Science, Technology, and Media
  • Special Top-Off Offer for all new books launching in 2021, for libraries that have purchased all previously-available books


ACLS Humanities E-Book Collection (ACLS HEB)   
  • A digital collection of over 5,500 backlist books carefully selected by ACLS scholars from leading scholarly publishers, including university and society presses
  • Available as a subscription with tiered pricing
  • The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation just awarded Michigan Publishing, now the administrators of ACLS HEB, with a grant to re-envision this collection. Michigan Publishing and LYRASIS have created an anonymous survey to garner feedback from non-subscribers in order to evaluate potential model changes, subject collections, and features of the platform.


Annual Reviews   
  • Non-profit publisher dedicated to synthesizing and integrating knowledge for the progress of science and the benefit of society
  • Annual Reviews successfully launched their Subscribe to Open initiative this year, offering institutions a swift, fair and sustainable path to transitioning paywalled journals to Open Access
  • LYRASIS members receive:
    • A 5-10% off standard discounted rate for Annual Reviews collections
    • No rate increase from 2020-2021 - all pricing is remaining flat for the next subscription cycle
  • Individual journal titles are not eligible for the consortial discount


De Gruyter University Press Library eBook Collections   
  • Featuring eBook frontlist, backlist and archive collections from:
    • Amsterdam University Press
    • Columbia University Press
    • Cornell University Press
    • Harvard University Press
    • Princeton University Press
    • Rutgers University Press
    • Stanford University Press
    • University of California Press
    • University of Chicago Press
    • University of Pennsylvania Press
    • University of Toronto Press
    • Yale University Press
  • Complete frontlists with no title level restrictions
  • Access all ebooks through one platform
  • Varying collection discounts available based on collection, copyright year, and press
  • Additional discounts available with the purchase of collections from three or more collections


e-Duke Books Scholarly Collections   
  • Provides access to over 2,800 e-books published by Duke University Press in the humanities and social sciences.
  • LYRASIS Member discounted pricing applies to 2008-2021 annual package purchases, e-Duke Books Archive (pre-2008 titles) and e-Duke Books Subject Collections


MIT Press Direct eBook Collections   
  • Key subject areas covered in the complete collection include: art and architecture, biomedical sciences, business and finance, computer science, cognitive science, design, education, environment, game studies, humanities, information science, linguistics, neuroscience, new media, philosophy, and social sciences.
  • LYRASIS Members receive:
    • 10% off Direct Frontlist purchases**
    • 15% off Direct Backlist single year purchase
    • 25% off Direct Archives single collection
    • 45% off Direct Complete package (Frontlist + Backlists + Archive)**
    **Deeper discounts are available for three-year purchases.


Oxford Research Encyclopedias   
  • Discount of 20% - 50% off on the purchase of perpetual access to Oxford Research Encyclopedias made by June 30, 2021
    • The more ORE modules purchased by your library, the higher the discount
  • Extra 5% discount on the purchase of perpetual access to Oxford Research Encyclopedias made by March 31, 2021


Oxford Very Short Introductions   
  • 40% discount on the purchase of perpetual access to the Full Collection made by June 30, 2020
  • 50% discount on the purchase of perpetual access to the Subject Collections made by June 30, 2020
  • Extra 5% discount on the purchase of perpetual access of Full or Subject Collections with commitment to purchase made by March 31, 2021


Springer Nature eBook Collection Offer    
LYRASIS has partnered with Springer Nature to offer special discounting for members wishing to purchase 2005-2021 Springer Nature eBook collections:
  • 20% off all 21 Springer Nature eBooks collections (STEM & HSS)
  • Discount is available for any subject collections not purchased in the last 2 calendar years.
  • Offer expires December 1, 2020


University of Michigan Ebook Collection   
  • Built on an entirely not-for-profit and mission-driven initiative, developed and supported by the scholarly and library communities, this collection includes complete coverage of new and forthcoming UMP scholarly ebook titles with perpetual access rights
    • Key subject areas include: arts, humanities and social sciences, with particular strength in political science, performing arts, classics and archaeology, and American Studies
  • 5% Early Adopter Discount on 2021 Frontlist Collection with commitment to purchase made by December 18, 2020
  • 5% End of Year Discount on 2020 Frontlist Collection with commitment to purchase made by December 18, 2020
  • Additional 5% All Books Discount on combined purchase of 2021 Frontlist, 2020 Frontlist and Complete Backlist with commitment to purchase made by December 18, 2020
  • Want to learn more about University of Michigan Press?


2021 Project MUSE eBook Collections   
  • 2021 Project MUSE eBook Collections are now available
  • NEW Subject Collections
    • Art & Architecture
    • Education and Rhetoric
    • Gender Studies
    • Music
    • Science, Technology, and Media
  • Special Top-Off Offer for all new books launching in 2021, for libraries that have purchased all previously-available books


ACLS Humanities E-Book Collection (ACLS HEB)   
  • A digital collection of over 5,500 backlist books carefully selected by ACLS scholars from leading scholarly publishers, including university and society presses
  • Available as a subscription with tiered pricing
  • The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation just awarded Michigan Publishing, now the administrators of ACLS HEB, with a grant to re-envision this collection. Michigan Publishing and LYRASIS have created an anonymous survey to garner feedback from non-subscribers in order to evaluate potential model changes, subject collections, and features of the platform.


Central European University Press OA Monographs Initiative: Opening the Future   
  • Funded by library contributions from around the world, the Central European University Press (CEUP) is transitioning to an open access monograph program through a new library membership initiative, Opening the Future .
  • CEUP is an established leader in publishing books about the history of communism and transitions to democracy, reflecting its unique position between the East and the West.
  • The new OA publishing model gives Opening the Future members access to a selection of CEUP’s extensive backlist, DRM free and with perpetual access to this backlist collection after three years of participation.
  • The membership revenue will be used to make newly-published books openly accessible to anyone. When the annual revenue target is met and the entire monograph frontlist is openly accessible, future membership fee rates can be lowered.
  • To join the international community that supports this initiative, register an institutional pledge at https://www.openingthefuture.net/.


De Gruyter University Press Library eBook Collections   
  • Featuring eBook frontlist, backlist and archive collections from:
    • Amsterdam University Press
    • Columbia University Press
    • Cornell University Press
    • Harvard University Press
    • Princeton University Press
    • Rutgers University Press
    • Stanford University Press
    • University of California Press
    • University of Chicago Press
    • University of Pennsylvania Press
    • University of Toronto Press
    • Yale University Press
  • Complete frontlists with no title level restrictions
  • Access all ebooks through one platform
  • Varying collection discounts available based on collection, copyright year, and press
  • Additional discounts available with the purchase of collections from three or more collections


e-Duke Books Scholarly Collections   
  • Provides access to over 2,800 e-books published by Duke University Press in the humanities and social sciences.
  • LYRASIS Member discounted pricing applies to 2008-2021 annual package purchases, e-Duke Books Archive (pre-2008 titles) and e-Duke Books Subject Collections


MIT Press Direct eBook Collections   
  • Key subject areas covered in the complete collection include: art and architecture, biomedical sciences, business and finance, computer science, cognitive science, design, education, environment, game studies, humanities, information science, linguistics, neuroscience, new media, philosophy, and social sciences.
  • LYRASIS Members receive:
    • 10% off Direct Frontlist purchases**
    • 15% off Direct Backlist single year purchase
    • 25% off Direct Archives single collection
    • 45% off Direct Complete package (Frontlist + Backlists + Archive)**
    **Deeper discounts are available for three-year purchases.


Oxford Research Encyclopedias   
  • Discount of 20% - 50% off on the purchase of perpetual access to Oxford Research Encyclopedias made by June 30, 2021
    • The more ORE modules purchased by your library, the higher the discount
  • Extra 5% discount on the purchase of perpetual access to Oxford Research Encyclopedias made by March 31, 2021


Oxford Very Short Introductions   
  • 40% discount on the purchase of perpetual access to the Full Collection made by June 30, 2020
  • 50% discount on the purchase of perpetual access to the Subject Collections made by June 30, 2020
  • Extra 5% discount on the purchase of perpetual access of Full or Subject Collections with commitment to purchase made by March 31, 2021


University of Michigan Ebook Collection   
  • Built on an entirely not-for-profit and mission-driven initiative, developed and supported by the scholarly and library communities, this collection includes complete coverage of new and forthcoming UMP scholarly ebook titles with perpetual access rights
    • Key subject areas include: arts, humanities and social sciences, with particular strength in political science, performing arts, classics and archaeology, and American Studies
  • 5% Early Adopter Discount on 2021 Frontlist Collection with commitment to purchase made by December 18, 2020
  • 5% End of Year Discount on 2020 Frontlist Collection with commitment to purchase made by December 18, 2020
  • Additional 5% All Books Discount on combined purchase of 2021 Frontlist, 2020 Frontlist and Complete Backlist with commitment to purchase made by December 18, 2020
  • Want to learn more about University of Michigan Press?


2021 Project MUSE eBook Collections   
  • 2021 Project MUSE eBook Collections are now available
  • NEW Subject Collections
    • Art & Architecture
    • Education and Rhetoric
    • Gender Studies
    • Music
    • Science, Technology, and Media
  • Special Top-Off Offer for all new books launching in 2021, for libraries that have purchased all previously-available books


ACLS Humanities E-Book Collection (ACLS HEB)   
  • A digital collection of over 5,500 backlist books carefully selected by ACLS scholars from leading scholarly publishers, including university and society presses
  • Available as a subscription with tiered pricing
  • The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation just awarded Michigan Publishing, now the administrators of ACLS HEB, with a grant to re-envision this collection. Michigan Publishing and LYRASIS have created an anonymous survey to garner feedback from non-subscribers in order to evaluate potential model changes, subject collections, and features of the platform.


Central European University Press OA Monographs Initiative: Opening the Future   
  • Funded by library contributions from around the world, the Central European University Press (CEUP) is transitioning to an open access monograph program through a new library membership initiative, Opening the Future .
  • CEUP is an established leader in publishing books about the history of communism and transitions to democracy, reflecting its unique position between the East and the West.
  • The new OA publishing model gives Opening the Future members access to a selection of CEUP’s extensive backlist, DRM free and with perpetual access to this backlist collection after three years of participation.
  • The membership revenue will be used to make newly-published books openly accessible to anyone. When the annual revenue target is met and the entire monograph frontlist is openly accessible, future membership fee rates can be lowered.
  • To join the international community that supports this initiative, register an institutional pledge at https://www.openingthefuture.net/.


De Gruyter University Press Library eBook Collections   
  • Featuring eBook frontlist, backlist and archive collections from:
    • Amsterdam University Press
    • Columbia University Press
    • Cornell University Press
    • Harvard University Press
    • Princeton University Press
    • Rutgers University Press
    • Stanford University Press
    • University of California Press
    • University of Chicago Press
    • University of Pennsylvania Press
    • University of Toronto Press
    • Yale University Press
  • Complete frontlists with no title level restrictions
  • Access all ebooks through one platform
  • Varying collection discounts available based on collection, copyright year, and press
  • Additional discounts available with the purchase of collections from three or more collections


e-Duke Books Scholarly Collections   
  • Provides access to over 2,800 e-books published by Duke University Press in the humanities and social sciences.
  • LYRASIS Member discounted pricing applies to 2008-2021 annual package purchases, e-Duke Books Archive (pre-2008 titles) and e-Duke Books Subject Collections


MIT Press Direct eBook Collections   
  • Key subject areas covered in the complete collection include: art and architecture, biomedical sciences, business and finance, computer science, cognitive science, design, education, environment, game studies, humanities, information science, linguistics, neuroscience, new media, philosophy, and social sciences.
  • LYRASIS Members receive:
    • 10% off Direct Frontlist purchases**
    • 15% off Direct Backlist single year purchase
    • 25% off Direct Archives single collection
    • 45% off Direct Complete package (Frontlist + Backlists + Archive)**
    **Deeper discounts are available for three-year purchases.


Springer Nature eBook Collection Offer    
LYRASIS has partnered with Springer Nature to offer special discounting for members wishing to purchase 2005-2021 Springer Nature eBook collections:
  • 20% off all 21 Springer Nature eBooks collections (STEM & HSS)
  • Discount is available for any subject collections not purchased in the last 2 calendar years.
  • Offer expires December 1, 2020


University of Michigan Ebook Collection   
  • Built on an entirely not-for-profit and mission-driven initiative, developed and supported by the scholarly and library communities, this collection includes complete coverage of new and forthcoming UMP scholarly ebook titles with perpetual access rights
    • Key subject areas include: arts, humanities and social sciences, with particular strength in political science, performing arts, classics and archaeology, and American Studies
  • 5% Early Adopter Discount on 2021 Frontlist Collection with commitment to purchase made by December 18, 2020
  • 5% End of Year Discount on 2020 Frontlist Collection with commitment to purchase made by December 18, 2020
  • Additional 5% All Books Discount on combined purchase of 2021 Frontlist, 2020 Frontlist and Complete Backlist with commitment to purchase made by December 18, 2020
  • Want to learn more about University of Michigan Press?


Annual Reviews   
  • Non-profit publisher dedicated to synthesizing and integrating knowledge for the progress of science and the benefit of society
  • Annual Reviews successfully launched their Subscribe to Open initiative this year, offering institutions a swift, fair and sustainable path to transitioning paywalled journals to Open Access
  • LYRASIS members receive:
    • A 5-10% off standard discounted rate for Annual Reviews collections
    • No rate increase from 2020-2021 - all pricing is remaining flat for the next subscription cycle
  • Individual journal titles are not eligible for the consortial discount


Demography: A Platinum Open-Access Journal   
  • Starting with the 2021 volume, Demography, the leader in the field of population studies, will be published in open access by Duke University Press.
  • Demography needs the support of stakeholders - demographic research centers and departments, foundations, consortia and libraries - to ensure its long-term viability.
  • Libraries, research centers, and other organizations can choose to support open-access content at any of the following levels:
    • Level 1/$4,000 and up
    • Level 2/$2,000 to $3,999
    • Level 3/$1,000 to $1,999
    • Level 4/$500 to $999


2021 Project MUSE eBook Collections   
  • 2021 Project MUSE eBook Collections are now available
  • NEW Subject Collections
    • Art & Architecture
    • Education and Rhetoric
    • Gender Studies
    • Music
    • Science, Technology, and Media
  • Special Top-Off Offer for all new books launching in 2021, for libraries that have purchased all previously-available books


ACLS Humanities E-Book Collection (ACLS HEB)   
  • A digital collection of over 5,500 backlist books carefully selected by ACLS scholars from leading scholarly publishers, including university and society presses
  • Available as a subscription with tiered pricing
  • The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation just awarded Michigan Publishing, now the administrators of ACLS HEB, with a grant to re-envision this collection. Michigan Publishing and LYRASIS have created an anonymous survey to garner feedback from non-subscribers in order to evaluate potential model changes, subject collections, and features of the platform.


Annual Reviews   
  • Non-profit publisher dedicated to synthesizing and integrating knowledge for the progress of science and the benefit of society
  • Annual Reviews successfully launched their Subscribe to Open initiative this year, offering institutions a swift, fair and sustainable path to transitioning paywalled journals to Open Access
  • LYRASIS members receive:
    • A 5-10% off standard discounted rate for Annual Reviews collections
    • No rate increase from 2020-2021 - all pricing is remaining flat for the next subscription cycle
  • Individual journal titles are not eligible for the consortial discount


Central European University Press OA Monographs Initiative: Opening the Future   
  • Funded by library contributions from around the world, the Central European University Press (CEUP) is transitioning to an open access monograph program through a new library membership initiative, Opening the Future .
  • CEUP is an established leader in publishing books about the history of communism and transitions to democracy, reflecting its unique position between the East and the West.
  • The new OA publishing model gives Opening the Future members access to a selection of CEUP’s extensive backlist, DRM free and with perpetual access to this backlist collection after three years of participation.
  • The membership revenue will be used to make newly-published books openly accessible to anyone. When the annual revenue target is met and the entire monograph frontlist is openly accessible, future membership fee rates can be lowered.
  • To join the international community that supports this initiative, register an institutional pledge at https://www.openingthefuture.net/.


De Gruyter University Press Library eBook Collections   
  • Featuring eBook frontlist, backlist and archive collections from:
    • Amsterdam University Press
    • Columbia University Press
    • Cornell University Press
    • Harvard University Press
    • Princeton University Press
    • Rutgers University Press
    • Stanford University Press
    • University of California Press
    • University of Chicago Press
    • University of Pennsylvania Press
    • University of Toronto Press
    • Yale University Press
  • Complete frontlists with no title level restrictions
  • Access all ebooks through one platform
  • Varying collection discounts available based on collection, copyright year, and press
  • Additional discounts available with the purchase of collections from three or more collections


Demography: A Platinum Open-Access Journal   
  • Starting with the 2021 volume, Demography, the leader in the field of population studies, will be published in open access by Duke University Press.
  • Demography needs the support of stakeholders - demographic research centers and departments, foundations, consortia and libraries - to ensure its long-term viability.
  • Libraries, research centers, and other organizations can choose to support open-access content at any of the following levels:
    • Level 1/$4,000 and up
    • Level 2/$2,000 to $3,999
    • Level 3/$1,000 to $1,999
    • Level 4/$500 to $999


e-Duke Books Scholarly Collections   
  • Provides access to over 2,800 e-books published by Duke University Press in the humanities and social sciences.
  • LYRASIS Member discounted pricing applies to 2008-2021 annual package purchases, e-Duke Books Archive (pre-2008 titles) and e-Duke Books Subject Collections


MIT Press Direct eBook Collections   
  • Key subject areas covered in the complete collection include: art and architecture, biomedical sciences, business and finance, computer science, cognitive science, design, education, environment, game studies, humanities, information science, linguistics, neuroscience, new media, philosophy, and social sciences.
  • LYRASIS Members receive:
    • 10% off Direct Frontlist purchases**
    • 15% off Direct Backlist single year purchase
    • 25% off Direct Archives single collection
    • 45% off Direct Complete package (Frontlist + Backlists + Archive)**
    **Deeper discounts are available for three-year purchases.


Oxford Research Encyclopedias   
  • Discount of 20% - 50% off on the purchase of perpetual access to Oxford Research Encyclopedias made by June 30, 2021
    • The more ORE modules purchased by your library, the higher the discount
  • Extra 5% discount on the purchase of perpetual access to Oxford Research Encyclopedias made by March 31, 2021


Oxford Very Short Introductions   
  • 40% discount on the purchase of perpetual access to the Full Collection made by June 30, 2020
  • 50% discount on the purchase of perpetual access to the Subject Collections made by June 30, 2020
  • Extra 5% discount on the purchase of perpetual access of Full or Subject Collections with commitment to purchase made by March 31, 2021


The Washington Post New Offer   
  • Working in partnership with the Center for Research Libraries, LYRASIS is offering online, institutional subscriptions to The Washington Post
  • Special discounting available through December 15, 2020
  • Multi-year agreements for 2- or 3- year terms available


University of Michigan Ebook Collection   
  • Built on an entirely not-for-profit and mission-driven initiative, developed and supported by the scholarly and library communities, this collection includes complete coverage of new and forthcoming UMP scholarly ebook titles with perpetual access rights
    • Key subject areas include: arts, humanities and social sciences, with particular strength in political science, performing arts, classics and archaeology, and American Studies
  • 5% Early Adopter Discount on 2021 Frontlist Collection with commitment to purchase made by December 18, 2020
  • 5% End of Year Discount on 2020 Frontlist Collection with commitment to purchase made by December 18, 2020
  • Additional 5% All Books Discount on combined purchase of 2021 Frontlist, 2020 Frontlist and Complete Backlist with commitment to purchase made by December 18, 2020
  • Want to learn more about University of Michigan Press?


Annual Reviews   
  • Non-profit publisher dedicated to synthesizing and integrating knowledge for the progress of science and the benefit of society
  • Annual Reviews successfully launched their Subscribe to Open initiative this year, offering institutions a swift, fair and sustainable path to transitioning paywalled journals to Open Access
  • LYRASIS members receive:
    • A 5-10% off standard discounted rate for Annual Reviews collections
    • No rate increase from 2020-2021 - all pricing is remaining flat for the next subscription cycle
  • Individual journal titles are not eligible for the consortial discount


Central European University Press OA Monographs Initiative: Opening the Future   
  • Funded by library contributions from around the world, the Central European University Press (CEUP) is transitioning to an open access monograph program through a new library membership initiative, Opening the Future .
  • CEUP is an established leader in publishing books about the history of communism and transitions to democracy, reflecting its unique position between the East and the West.
  • The new OA publishing model gives Opening the Future members access to a selection of CEUP’s extensive backlist, DRM free and with perpetual access to this backlist collection after three years of participation.
  • The membership revenue will be used to make newly-published books openly accessible to anyone. When the annual revenue target is met and the entire monograph frontlist is openly accessible, future membership fee rates can be lowered.
  • To join the international community that supports this initiative, register an institutional pledge at https://www.openingthefuture.net/.


Demography: A Platinum Open-Access Journal   
  • Starting with the 2021 volume, Demography, the leader in the field of population studies, will be published in open access by Duke University Press.
  • Demography needs the support of stakeholders - demographic research centers and departments, foundations, consortia and libraries - to ensure its long-term viability.
  • Libraries, research centers, and other organizations can choose to support open-access content at any of the following levels:
    • Level 1/$4,000 and up
    • Level 2/$2,000 to $3,999
    • Level 3/$1,000 to $1,999
    • Level 4/$500 to $999


2021 Project MUSE eBook Collections   
  • 2021 Project MUSE eBook Collections are now available
  • NEW Subject Collections
    • Art & Architecture
    • Education and Rhetoric
    • Gender Studies
    • Music
    • Science, Technology, and Media
  • Special Top-Off Offer for all new books launching in 2021, for libraries that have purchased all previously-available books


ACLS Humanities E-Book Collection (ACLS HEB)   
  • A digital collection of over 5,500 backlist books carefully selected by ACLS scholars from leading scholarly publishers, including university and society presses
  • Available as a subscription with tiered pricing
  • The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation just awarded Michigan Publishing, now the administrators of ACLS HEB, with a grant to re-envision this collection. Michigan Publishing and LYRASIS have created an anonymous survey to garner feedback from non-subscribers in order to evaluate potential model changes, subject collections, and features of the platform.


Annual Reviews   
  • Non-profit publisher dedicated to synthesizing and integrating knowledge for the progress of science and the benefit of society
  • Annual Reviews successfully launched their Subscribe to Open initiative this year, offering institutions a swift, fair and sustainable path to transitioning paywalled journals to Open Access
  • LYRASIS members receive:
    • A 5-10% off standard discounted rate for Annual Reviews collections
    • No rate increase from 2020-2021 - all pricing is remaining flat for the next subscription cycle
  • Individual journal titles are not eligible for the consortial discount


Central European University Press OA Monographs Initiative: Opening the Future   
  • Funded by library contributions from around the world, the Central European University Press (CEUP) is transitioning to an open access monograph program through a new library membership initiative, Opening the Future .
  • CEUP is an established leader in publishing books about the history of communism and transitions to democracy, reflecting its unique position between the East and the West.
  • The new OA publishing model gives Opening the Future members access to a selection of CEUP’s extensive backlist, DRM free and with perpetual access to this backlist collection after three years of participation.
  • The membership revenue will be used to make newly-published books openly accessible to anyone. When the annual revenue target is met and the entire monograph frontlist is openly accessible, future membership fee rates can be lowered.
  • To join the international community that supports this initiative, register an institutional pledge at https://www.openingthefuture.net/.


De Gruyter University Press Library eBook Collections   
  • Featuring eBook frontlist, backlist and archive collections from:
    • Amsterdam University Press
    • Columbia University Press
    • Cornell University Press
    • Harvard University Press
    • Princeton University Press
    • Rutgers University Press
    • Stanford University Press
    • University of California Press
    • University of Chicago Press
    • University of Pennsylvania Press
    • University of Toronto Press
    • Yale University Press
  • Complete frontlists with no title level restrictions
  • Access all ebooks through one platform
  • Varying collection discounts available based on collection, copyright year, and press
  • Additional discounts available with the purchase of collections from three or more collections


Demography: A Platinum Open-Access Journal   
  • Starting with the 2021 volume, Demography, the leader in the field of population studies, will be published in open access by Duke University Press.
  • Demography needs the support of stakeholders - demographic research centers and departments, foundations, consortia and libraries - to ensure its long-term viability.
  • Libraries, research centers, and other organizations can choose to support open-access content at any of the following levels:
    • Level 1/$4,000 and up
    • Level 2/$2,000 to $3,999
    • Level 3/$1,000 to $1,999
    • Level 4/$500 to $999


e-Duke Books Scholarly Collections   
  • Provides access to over 2,800 e-books published by Duke University Press in the humanities and social sciences.
  • LYRASIS Member discounted pricing applies to 2008-2021 annual package purchases, e-Duke Books Archive (pre-2008 titles) and e-Duke Books Subject Collections


MIT Press Direct eBook Collections   
  • Key subject areas covered in the complete collection include: art and architecture, biomedical sciences, business and finance, computer science, cognitive science, design, education, environment, game studies, humanities, information science, linguistics, neuroscience, new media, philosophy, and social sciences.
  • LYRASIS Members receive:
    • 10% off Direct Frontlist purchases**
    • 15% off Direct Backlist single year purchase
    • 25% off Direct Archives single collection
    • 45% off Direct Complete package (Frontlist + Backlists + Archive)**
    **Deeper discounts are available for three-year purchases.


Oxford Research Encyclopedias   
  • Discount of 20% - 50% off on the purchase of perpetual access to Oxford Research Encyclopedias made by June 30, 2021
    • The more ORE modules purchased by your library, the higher the discount
  • Extra 5% discount on the purchase of perpetual access to Oxford Research Encyclopedias made by March 31, 2021


Oxford Very Short Introductions   
  • 40% discount on the purchase of perpetual access to the Full Collection made by June 30, 2020
  • 50% discount on the purchase of perpetual access to the Subject Collections made by June 30, 2020
  • Extra 5% discount on the purchase of perpetual access of Full or Subject Collections with commitment to purchase made by March 31, 2021


University of Michigan Ebook Collection   
  • Built on an entirely not-for-profit and mission-driven initiative, developed and supported by the scholarly and library communities, this collection includes complete coverage of new and forthcoming UMP scholarly ebook titles with perpetual access rights
    • Key subject areas include: arts, humanities and social sciences, with particular strength in political science, performing arts, classics and archaeology, and American Studies
  • 5% Early Adopter Discount on 2021 Frontlist Collection with commitment to purchase made by December 18, 2020
  • 5% End of Year Discount on 2020 Frontlist Collection with commitment to purchase made by December 18, 2020
  • Additional 5% All Books Discount on combined purchase of 2021 Frontlist, 2020 Frontlist and Complete Backlist with commitment to purchase made by December 18, 2020
  • Want to learn more about University of Michigan Press?