Brill announces new resource centre
2 February 2012
Brill, the international scholarly publisher, has announced a new resource centre for study and research.
Brill, the international scholarly publisher, has announced the release of BrillOnline.com, a brand new resource centre for study and research. BrillOnline.com provides the academic user access to Brill’s wide collection of eBooks, online journals, reference works and bibliographies. At launch BrillOnline.com contains more than 800,000 documents including 110,000 journal articles, 40,000 eBook chapters, 150,000 reference articles, and 510,000 bibliographic entries. New product and more content will be added continuously.
BrillOnline offers students, researchers and teachers in academia the best of today’s functionality and features in online publishing. The content is clustered according to its nature and to the functionality required and is presented on three platforms:
- Electronic books and journals: booksandjournals.brillonline.com;
- Reference works: referenceworks.brillonline.com;
- Bibliographies: bibliographies.brillonline.com.
BrillOnline features browsing and searching tools, and personal tools for saving, alerting, sharing, and exporting. BrillOnline is compliant with current industry standards such as OpenUrl, DOI, Athens, Shibboleth, COUNTER and SUSHI. It offers an automated permission service (CCC’s RightsLink) and indispensable tools for library administrators. BrillOnline will be kept up-to-date to keep track of vital new developments in scholarly communications.
The BrillOnline.com platforms gradually replace Brill’s current online services on IngentaConnect, brillonline.nl, and nijhoffonline.nl. In the coming period Brill will support its customers worldwide through the transition. BrillOnline.com will run parallel with the online services that are being replaced until all the necessary adjustments are made.
Universities and colleges can subscribe to Brill content through the following Agreements;