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Empowering Libraries with the Latest Research
Everywhere you turn, questions arise when it comes to scientific publishing. Whether you are exploring standard subscriptions, Open Access, or transformative agreements, Karger is here to support librarians in fulfilling the needs of their patrons – from scientists to learners to faculty members.
Let us be your trusted guide in navigating the right avenues to provide access to medical research – via pick-and-choose options designed specifically for your institution or with products and services tailor-made for every stage of the research cycle. Discover our Open Access portfolio and e-learning Courses, including Campus a how-to tutorial for researchers to master the publishing process.
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As a license manager at a leading global medicines company, I negotiate the licenses for the Karger e-journals and e-books. Karger provides content relevant to our associates, and our statistics show that the content is well-used. I highly recommend working with Karger, particularly because of their professionalism and friendly, personal relationships with their business partners.
License manager at a leading global medicines company
An important step in the transition to open accessKarger was one of the first publishers MALMAD signed a Read & Publish agreement with. We were very pleased to renew our Read & Publish agreement with Karger for three more years, covering costs for Israeli researchers at participating institutions to publish an unlimited number of Open Access articles in Karger’s journals both Hybrid and Gold, whilst also giving them reading access. Our continuous cooperation with Karger is an important step in the transition to Open Access.
Dr. Sigal Lahav Scher, MALMAD Director
SUSHI administrators please note: the Requestor ID in the protocol is the same as the institution's Customer ID with Karger. Direct questions regarding usage statistics harvesting to our Front Office.
Contact your OpenURL link resolver to register your holdings. If you require linking syntax information for Karger titles contact us.
For more information on technology and application, please see the CrossRef's OpenURL FactSheet and their OpenURL resolver or the OpenURL and SFX Overview by ExLibris.
For your individual linking needs contact us with details of your requirements.
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Online and Print Book Orders
When ordering Karger book titles in the different formats, please bear the following in mind:
- Completion of a site license agreement is required with first-time orders for Karger online products (including individual eBooks). If you use an order form directly on the Karger website, the site license agreement is included.
- For all other order submissions please complete our online license separately which we will file together with the order we receive from your agent. To enable us to match your license with your order, please indicate your library's address with your eBooks order. (Unless there are changes in the IP address information or the number of users/sites gaining access, you are not required to submit the site license again with further online orders.)
- Standing orders may be placed for both formats (print or online).
- As for all Karger online products, online access is guaranteed for a minimum of five years, while perpetual access is an extra option.
Archives and Backfiles
The Karger E-Journal Backfile Collection offers 76 e-journal titles spanning 1998 to 2020, featuring significant advancements in biomedical disciplines. Download the E-Journal Backfile Collection Leaflet for a complete list of titles. The Karger Archive Collection includes digitized journal issues from 1997 back to each title’s first year of publication, consisting of 74 titles. For individual E-Journal Archive pricing, refer to the E-Journal Archive Price List (xlsx).
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