As members of NeLIC, institutions will be able to avail of following benefits:
- Access to electronic journal databases either free or at highly reduced prices. Currently, the following journal databases are available free of charge for members of NeLIC:
- Oxford journals collection <www.oxfordjournals.org>
- Cambridge Journals Online <https://www.cambridge.org/core>
- IMF eLibrary <www.elibrary.imf.org>
- Edward Elgar Publishing <www.elgaronline.com>
- IOP Science <https://iopscience.iop.org>
- Oxford Textbook of Medicine <http://otm.oxfordmedicine.com/contents.dtl>
- New England Journal of Medicine <www.nejm.org>
- Pediatric Neurology Briefs <www.pediatricneurologybriefs.com>
- Royal Society Journals Collection <http://royalsocietypublishing.org/journals>
- OpenEdition <https://www.openedition.org/>
- Mathematical Sciences Publishers <https://msp.org/publications/journals/>
- IWA Publishing Journals<https://www.iwapublishing.com/journals>
- Bookshare <https://www.bookshare.org/cms/>
- European Respiratory Society <https://www.ersnet.org/>
- ASTM Compass <https://www.astm.org/Standard/enterprise-compass.html>
Currently, the following journal databases are being purchased by interested NELIC members.
Project Muse <muse.jhu.edu>
Negotiations are on with the help of our partners, EIFL and INASP, to procure more resources at affordable rates.
(Please note that the journal databases that NeLIC offers will depend on member demand. At the moment, most of the members of NeLIC are interested in the social sciences and hence the greater focus on social sciences. When NeLIC’s membership expands to institutions interested in other streams and there is a demand to access databases in related subjects, NeLIC will work to provide such databases as well through negotiations with EIFL and INASP. Please see the list of databases available through EIFL and INASP at http://eifl.net/e-resources and http://www.inasp.info/en/network/country/np/resources/)
- Support in setting up electronic library systems; and
- Participation in workshops, seminars and other capacity-building activities related to electronic resources and related issues.