The e-Duke Books Scholarly Collection is now hosted on HighWire Press at read.dukeupress.edu.
Each year's title list is similar to an approval plan profile: institutions make an annual decision to purchase access to all available new Duke University Press e-books, based not on title-by-title decisions, but on the Press's well-established track record as a leading publisher of cutting-edge scholarship in the humanities and social sciences.
Provided below is a current title list. The only Duke titles excluded from the electronic collection are titles of regional or popular interest or titles to which Duke does not hold electronic rights. (Excluded titles are noted in the title list.)
An institution's pricing tier is based on the 2010 Carnegie Classification system (this classification system is for US institutions only).
|Tier 5: Carnegie Classification 15||RU/VH: Research Universities (very high research activity)||$6,365|
|Tier 4: Carnegie Classifications 16-18||RU/H: Research Universities (high research activity)
DRU: Doctoral/Research Universities
Master's L: Master's Colleges and Universities (larger programs)
|Tier 3: Carnegie Classifications 19-21||Master's M: Master's Colleges and Universities (medium programs)
Master's S: Master's Colleges and Universities (smaller programs)
Bac/A&S: Baccalaureate Colleges-Arts & Sciences
|Tier 2: Carnegie Classifications 22-23||Bac/Diverse: Baccalaureate Colleges-Diverse Fields
Bac/Assoc: Baccalaureate/Associate's Colleges
|Tier 1: Carnegie Classifications 1-14||Associate's colleges||$773|
If your institution falls within the range of 24 to 33 in the 2010 Carnegie Classification system or is not assigned a classification, please request a quote.
Pricing for institutions outside the US is based on national income level, as determined by the World Bank, and the highest degree offered at the institution in the humanities and social sciences. To find a nation's World Bank income level, visit data.worldbank.org/country and select from the list.
|Highest Degree||High Income||Upper Middle Income||Lower Middle Income||Low Income|
Current customers can purchase a print add-on option in which they receive a paperback copy of every new book included in the current year's collection. Prices include shipping.
|Canadian institutions (GST/HST taxes applicable)||ÃÂ||$1,000|
|Institutions outside the US and Canada||ÃÂ||$1,250|
For the order to be complete and access enabled, Duke University Press must have the following:
Payment should be sent to Duke University Press Customer Service.
Please sign and return the appropriate site license via fax to the attention of the library relations manager at 919-680-6078, e-mail to email@example.com, or mail it to 905 West Main Street, Suite 18B, Durham, North Carolina, 27701.
Once we have processed your order, access will be provided within five working days. Customers will receive an e-mail acknowledgment once access has been granted. If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Duke University Press requires a site license agreement in order to grant access to the e-Duke Books Scholarly Collection. Institutions that previously signed a site license for the e-Duke Books Scholarly Collection do not need to resubmit a license.
Any questions regarding the site license can be directed to the library relations manager at 919-687-3655 or email@example.com.
|e-Duke Books Scholarly Collection Site License|
Please sign and return the appropriate site license via fax to the attention of the library relations manager at 919-680-6078, e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail it to 905 West Main Street, Suite 18B, Durham, North Carolina, 27701.
If you would like to propose changes to a Duke University Press site license agreement, please submit the changes in the form of an addendum to the library relations manager at email@example.com.
COUNTER-compliant usage statistics are available to e-Duke Books Scholarly Collection customers. Please visit admin.read.dukeupress.edu to download your institution's usage reports.