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e-Duke Journals Scholarly Collection
Online access
Provider name
Duke University Press 
Access URL
 
Resource medium
Web 
Simultaneous users
 
Resource type
Full Text or Full Content 
Content types
Journal Articles (Full-text) 
Full description

e-Duke Journals Scholarly Collection is a multidisciplinary collection of peer-reviewed journals published by Duke University Press. It contains material across a range of disciplines from the social sciences and humanities.

 
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Titles indexed
 
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Subjects
English, French Studies, German Studies, History, Rhetoric and Communications, Sociology, Theatre & Film, Dance 
Full on campus access
yes 
Full on campus notes
 
Allows remote access
yes 
Allows walkins
yes 
User restrictions
 
Allows commercial use
no 
Allows ill
yes 
Ill notes
4: Interlibrary loan: A hard copy printed from the electronic files of the e-Duke Scholarly Collection may be supplied to another institution by mail or fax or secure transmission using Ariel or its equivalent (whereby the electronic file is deleted immediately after printing). The supply of such copies must conform to CONTU (National Commission on New Technological Uses of Copyright Works) guidelines or similar restrictions to "fair use" provisions under copyright law. 
Allows coursepacks
no 
Coursepack notes
4: Coursepacks: Copies for course or research use that are supplied to the end user at no cost may be made without explicit permission or fee. Copies that are provided to the end user for acopying fee may not be made without payment of permission fees to Duke University Press. Note: May add to coursepack only if no fee charged for the article. 
Allows ereserves
yes 
Ereserves notes
4: Electronic reserves: Articles for course or research use that are supplied to the end user at nocost may be made without explicit permission or fee. Articles that are provided to the end userfor a fee of any sort may not be made without payment of permission fees to Duke UniversityPress. E-reserves should be posted on a secure site accessible to class members only, andarticles purged from the e-reserve system at the end of each semester. 
Perpetual access
 
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Allows archiving
 
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