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BirdWatching joins Exact Editions

Exact Editions is pleased to announce that BirdWatching is now available to individual and institutional subscribers on the Exact Editions digital platform. Subscribers will have access to a growing archive that currently includes 14 back issues and as well as each new issue published every month.

For over a quarter-century, BirdWatching has been North America’s premier magazine about wild birds and birding. Each issue contains feeding and attracting tips, reviews of books, new products, conservation news, info about birding hot … Keep Reading

Exact Editions provides access to digital books at the APA Pacific Division Meeting 5–10 April

The Pacific Division is the third and final of the three divisions of the American Philosophical Association in 2021, held virtually due to the coronavirus pandemic. As with the previous two virtual meetings, Exact Editions has supplied to the upcoming digital meeting an open digital display of over 40 philosophy titles from 7 book publishers, along with 5 periodicals. 

This time-limited and open access digital collection is easily accessible by way of a clickable link. Each book is fully searchable, … Keep Reading

THE PAST launches with Exact Editions

Exact Editions is pleased to announce that the first issue of new archaeology title, THE PAST is available now to individual and institutional subscribers. The new digital archaeology magazine will publish six issues a year, suitable for anyone interested in the dynamic discipline of world archaeology and students studying the subject alike.

Available across web, iOS and Android devices

THE PAST is the creation of trained archaeologists Nadia Durrani, Neil Faulkner, and Gary Rossin, who realised that the time was right … Keep Reading

The Writer Joins Exact Editions

Exact Editions is pleased to announce that The Writer is now available to individual and institutional subscribers on the Exact Editions digital platform. Subscribers will have access to a growing archive that currently includes over 25 back issues as well as each new issue published every month. 

Founded in 1887, The Writer is one of America’s oldest magazines focussing on the craft of writing. It was first established by two Boston Globe reporters, William H. Hills and Rover Luce, as … Keep Reading

In Conversation with Dr. Alicia M. Salaz


A year ago, Carnegie Mellon’s library, where Dr. Salaz is an Associate Dean, faced major upheaval. Today, she speaks to Exact Editions about their pandemic response, the importance of cross-disciplinary teams, and what she’s bringing with her as the University of Oregon’s new vice-provost.

Dr. Alicia M. Salaz

The outbreak of the pandemic was especially difficult for academic institutions. As Associate Dean for Research & Academic Services at Carnegie Mellon University, you moved quickly to ensure access to resources, creating a Keep Reading

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