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Complete E-Collection

Access to Scholarly Journals, Series, Conference Proceedings, and other Publications

The Philosophy Documentation Center’s E-Collection provides access to a growing bundle of over 200 scholarly journals, book series, conference proceedings, and other publications in the humanities and social sciences. All text is fully searchable and displayed in PDF or HTML formats. Coverage of most titles is complete, with all issues and all volumes. New titles are added each year.

The E-Collection includes materials sponsored by many learned societies, universities, and independent publishers, in addition to all journals and series published by the Philosophy Documentation Center.

Access for Institutions

Campus-wide access for institutions is based on IP authentication. Articles are OpenURL ready and COUNTER-5 usage statistics are available. Libraries have post-cancellation access to current issues published during the subscription period is provided to libraries by Portico or by arrangement. See About the E-Collection for a list of features, new titles, and other bundle options for institutions.

An annual or multi-year subscription to the complete E-Collection gives an institution access to the largest number of publications for the least cost. The agreed rate remains constant year to year, despite the continuing addition of new titles. We provide access on a non-profit basis and share income with many sponsors of these publications.

Single site, multi-site, and consortia pricing available. Contact us to set up a free trial.


Special Offer for Individuals

We offer individuals username/password access to all subscription titles in the E-Collection, with a total of 50 downloads, for up to twelve months. With free search and page previews of all content on the site, this is a great way to meet personal research needs in this vast collection with a limited budget.

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For more information contact us by phone 800-444-2419 or 434-220-3300, by fax 434-220-3301; or by e-mail [email protected].

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