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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


Creekside Digital 2020 Fall Special Offer   
  • Creekside Digital is pleased to offer LYRASIS members an additional 5% on all newspaper scans, both in print and microfilm/fiche form
  • Projects must be quoted and confirmed as proceeding between September 30th, 2020 and November 30th, 2020
  • Please contact your member outreach representative to take advantage of this opportunity


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
  • Duke University Press is currently offering all in-stock print editions of books and journal single issues at a 50% discount through November 23, 2020.


  • 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>/b>


    Preserve South Fall 2020 Special Offer   
    • Preserve South is pleased to offer LYRASIS members an additional 10% discount on all projects, regardless of format
    • Projects must be quoted and delivered to their facilities between September 21st, 2020 and November 30th, 2020
    • Please contact your member outreach representative to take advantage of this opportunity


    Project MUSE Group EBA Program | January 1, 2021 - December 31, 2021   
    • Build-A-Group: Collectively contribute $20,000 in order to open up access to all MUSE EBA-eligible titles
    • Libraries will access the EBA-eligible titles for 12 months, and then select the titles for which they want continuing access at the end of that time
    • The number of titles a library is allowed to select is based on the amount contributed at the beginning of the program
    • Contributions will be tiered based on the Project MUSE Tier System
      • Tier 1: Minimum $1,000 contribution (Associates Institutions)
      • Tier 2: Minimum $2,000 contribution (Baccalaureate General and Baccalaureate/Associates Institutions)
      • Tier 3: Please inquire (Baccalaureate Liberal Arts and Masters II Institutions)
      • Tier 4: Please inquire (Masters I and Doctoral Research Intensive Institutions)
      • Tier 5: Not eligible for this group program (Doctoral Research Extensive Institutions)
    • How to express interest: Complete Project MUSE Build-A-Group Survey
    • Deadline to commit to participate: November 13, 2020


    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?


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


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


Creekside Digital 2020 Fall Special Offer   
  • Creekside Digital is pleased to offer LYRASIS members an additional 5% on all newspaper scans, both in print and microfilm/fiche form
  • Projects must be quoted and confirmed as proceeding between September 30th, 2020 and November 30th, 2020
  • Please contact your member outreach representative to take advantage of this opportunity


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
  • Duke University Press is currently offering all in-stock print editions of books and journal single issues at a 50% discount through November 23, 2020.


  • 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>/b>


    Preserve South Fall 2020 Special Offer   
    • Preserve South is pleased to offer LYRASIS members an additional 10% discount on all projects, regardless of format
    • Projects must be quoted and delivered to their facilities between September 21st, 2020 and November 30th, 2020
    • Please contact your member outreach representative to take advantage of this opportunity


    Project MUSE Group EBA Program | January 1, 2021 - December 31, 2021   
    • Build-A-Group: Collectively contribute $20,000 in order to open up access to all MUSE EBA-eligible titles
    • Libraries will access the EBA-eligible titles for 12 months, and then select the titles for which they want continuing access at the end of that time
    • The number of titles a library is allowed to select is based on the amount contributed at the beginning of the program
    • Contributions will be tiered based on the Project MUSE Tier System
      • Tier 1: Minimum $1,000 contribution (Associates Institutions)
      • Tier 2: Minimum $2,000 contribution (Baccalaureate General and Baccalaureate/Associates Institutions)
      • Tier 3: Please inquire (Baccalaureate Liberal Arts and Masters II Institutions)
      • Tier 4: Please inquire (Masters I and Doctoral Research Intensive Institutions)
      • Tier 5: Not eligible for this group program (Doctoral Research Extensive Institutions)
    • How to express interest: Complete Project MUSE Build-A-Group Survey
    • Deadline to commit to participate: November 13, 2020


    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?


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.


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
  • Duke University Press is currently offering all in-stock print editions of books and journal single issues at a 50% discount through November 23, 2020.


  • 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>/b>


    Project MUSE Group EBA Program | January 1, 2021 - December 31, 2021   
    • Build-A-Group: Collectively contribute $20,000 in order to open up access to all MUSE EBA-eligible titles
    • Libraries will access the EBA-eligible titles for 12 months, and then select the titles for which they want continuing access at the end of that time
    • The number of titles a library is allowed to select is based on the amount contributed at the beginning of the program
    • Contributions will be tiered based on the Project MUSE Tier System
      • Tier 1: Minimum $1,000 contribution (Associates Institutions)
      • Tier 2: Minimum $2,000 contribution (Baccalaureate General and Baccalaureate/Associates Institutions)
      • Tier 3: Please inquire (Baccalaureate Liberal Arts and Masters II Institutions)
      • Tier 4: Please inquire (Masters I and Doctoral Research Intensive Institutions)
      • Tier 5: Not eligible for this group program (Doctoral Research Extensive Institutions)
    • How to express interest: Complete Project MUSE Build-A-Group Survey
    • Deadline to commit to participate: November 13, 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?


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.


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
  • Duke University Press is currently offering all in-stock print editions of books and journal single issues at a 50% discount through November 23, 2020.


  • 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.


    Project MUSE Group EBA Program | January 1, 2021 - December 31, 2021   
    • Build-A-Group: Collectively contribute $20,000 in order to open up access to all MUSE EBA-eligible titles
    • Libraries will access the EBA-eligible titles for 12 months, and then select the titles for which they want continuing access at the end of that time
    • The number of titles a library is allowed to select is based on the amount contributed at the beginning of the program
    • Contributions will be tiered based on the Project MUSE Tier System
      • Tier 1: Minimum $1,000 contribution (Associates Institutions)
      • Tier 2: Minimum $2,000 contribution (Baccalaureate General and Baccalaureate/Associates Institutions)
      • Tier 3: Please inquire (Baccalaureate Liberal Arts and Masters II Institutions)
      • Tier 4: Please inquire (Masters I and Doctoral Research Intensive Institutions)
      • Tier 5: Not eligible for this group program (Doctoral Research Extensive Institutions)
    • How to express interest: Complete Project MUSE Build-A-Group Survey
    • Deadline to commit to participate: November 13, 2020


    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


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


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
  • Duke University Press is currently offering all in-stock print editions of books and journal single issues at a 50% discount through November 23, 2020.


  • 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>/b>


    Project MUSE Group EBA Program | January 1, 2021 - December 31, 2021   
    • Build-A-Group: Collectively contribute $20,000 in order to open up access to all MUSE EBA-eligible titles
    • Libraries will access the EBA-eligible titles for 12 months, and then select the titles for which they want continuing access at the end of that time
    • The number of titles a library is allowed to select is based on the amount contributed at the beginning of the program
    • Contributions will be tiered based on the Project MUSE Tier System
      • Tier 1: Minimum $1,000 contribution (Associates Institutions)
      • Tier 2: Minimum $2,000 contribution (Baccalaureate General and Baccalaureate/Associates Institutions)
      • Tier 3: Please inquire (Baccalaureate Liberal Arts and Masters II Institutions)
      • Tier 4: Please inquire (Masters I and Doctoral Research Intensive Institutions)
      • Tier 5: Not eligible for this group program (Doctoral Research Extensive Institutions)
    • How to express interest: Complete Project MUSE Build-A-Group Survey
    • Deadline to commit to participate: November 13, 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?


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


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


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
  • Duke University Press is currently offering all in-stock print editions of books and journal single issues at a 50% discount through November 23, 2020.


  • 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>/b>


    Project MUSE Group EBA Program | January 1, 2021 - December 31, 2021   
    • Build-A-Group: Collectively contribute $20,000 in order to open up access to all MUSE EBA-eligible titles
    • Libraries will access the EBA-eligible titles for 12 months, and then select the titles for which they want continuing access at the end of that time
    • The number of titles a library is allowed to select is based on the amount contributed at the beginning of the program
    • Contributions will be tiered based on the Project MUSE Tier System
      • Tier 1: Minimum $1,000 contribution (Associates Institutions)
      • Tier 2: Minimum $2,000 contribution (Baccalaureate General and Baccalaureate/Associates Institutions)
      • Tier 3: Please inquire (Baccalaureate Liberal Arts and Masters II Institutions)
      • Tier 4: Please inquire (Masters I and Doctoral Research Intensive Institutions)
      • Tier 5: Not eligible for this group program (Doctoral Research Extensive Institutions)
    • How to express interest: Complete Project MUSE Build-A-Group Survey
    • Deadline to commit to participate: November 13, 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?