Duke University Press eBooks
Friday, 25 September 2015
Duke books and journals now on the same platform
We are pleased to announce the launch of read.dukeupress.edu, our new website for e-books. Hosted by HighWire Press, the new site is the home of the e-Duke Books Scholarly Collection, formerly hosted on ebrary.
Journals continue to be found at dukejournals.org. However, we are already working to integrate book and journal content for more seamless research: any user searching or browsing read.dukeupress.edu will find journal articles as well as book chapters, improving discovery for your library’s journal holdings. (22/1/14)
This page is primarily for the information of CAUL/CEIRC members who wish to subscribe to this publisher's products and/or services. It provides information about offers to CAUL and CAUL-specific pricing, and links to relevant pages on the publisher's own web site. For other information, please go directly to Duke University Press.
See also Offers to CAUL/CEIRC - Licences - Technical/Sales Support - Statistics
The e-Duke Books Scholarly Collection includes more than 1,600 titles and hosted by HighWire Press. The collection includes at least 100 new e-books each year plus term access to 1,500 backlist titles. Access via ebrary, the previous platform, will discontinue in February 2014. (25/7/14)
The first attachment
shows what we will be publishing in the first half of 2009, annotated to indicate whether each book in included in e-Duke Books in its entirety or not; we should have the complete list of 2009 titles in late December or early January. (23/9/08)
The second attachment
shows all the books Duke University Press is publishing in 2008, with occasional omissions explained (if we were unable to obtain electronic rights to a table, an image, or a chapter, for example). We publish about 115 new books each year, and we guarantee that e-Duke Books will include at least 100 new books each year; the 2008 collection includes 113 new e-books. (23/9/08)
The third attachment
lists all 750 DUP backlist titles that are currently available on ebrary. That number should grow to over 900 by January 1. Current customers receive access to the backlist at no additional charge. (23/9/08)
Technical / Sales Support
See Duke University Press journals page on this site.
To gain access to the e-Duke Books Scholarly Collection, libraries must submit a completed technical profile form and a signed site license agreement to Duke University Press. The forms may be downloaded from the Library Resource Center. (6/6/11)
Title Preview - enables you to search, browse, and preview more than 100 scholarly frontlist e-books published by Duke University Press in the humanities and social sciences, as well as our complete selection of hundreds of backlist e-books, powered by ebrary technology. (6/6/11)
Enhanced marc records created by catalogers at Duke University Library are available at no additional charge. Libraries can download these marc records from ebrary. (6/6/11)
counter-compliant usage statistics are available to e-Duke Books Scholarly Collection customers at partners.ebrary.com. (6/6/11)
CAUL Pricing / Offers to CAUL/CEIRC
Members-only documents may be viewed from the display at the end of this page.
Duke University Press 2016 pricing for CAUL (25/9/15) [Members only]
Duke University Press 2015 pricing for CAUL (25/9/14) [Members only]
Duke University Press 2014 pricing for CAUL (23/10/13) [Members only]
Duke University Press 2013 pricing for CAUL (29/10/12) [Members only]
e-Duke Books Scholarly Collection 2011 pricing (6/6/11)
Note: Vendors and consortia will receive a commission of 15% for prepaid electronic collection orders and 10% for orders that are billed.
2009 e-Duke Books Scholarly Collection Pricing Information (12/9/08)