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JISC Collections streamlines access to Knovel for UK universities

JISC Collections and Knovel are pleased to announce they have signed a new three year agreement.

London  ()

JISC Collections and Knovel are pleased to announce they have signed a new three year agreement which gives UK universities and colleges streamlined access to Knovel, the Web-based application integrating technical information with analytical and search tools.

"Under the new arrangement, our member institutions will have all the benefits of managing their Knovel subscription along with their other JISC Collections' agreements," said Carolyn Alderson, Acting Head of Licensing, JISC Collections.

"Engineering and Science students like Knovel's ease of use and fast access to validated information," said Gary Kearns, managing director of Knovel EMEA. "Furthermore, Knovel is used by many professional engineers worldwide, so students who use Knovel gain experience that will be useful as they transition to the workplace. Our partnership with JISC Collections means Knovel will be accessible to a wider number of students in the UK".

Knovel is used in over 300 universities worldwide and more than 30 universities in the UK have independent licenses, including Imperial College, UCL and Manchester. Knovel is also used by major employers of engineering and science graduates, such as BP, Arup, Unilever and GlaxoSmithKline.

Knovel works with a network of more than 90 recognised societies and publishing partners to provide validated technical references and data across 29 subject areas in engineering and science disciplines. Using Knovel, students can conduct research, select materials, manipulate graphs, charts and equations, document and share research on team projects.





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