Exact Editions uniquely offer carefully chosen and curated magazine collections to institutions with currently over 20 available to choose from. These collections are grouped in a specific subject and the range of titles chosen to be included are prestigious and world-leading, with each title examining the subject at length. Subscribers to a collection not only gain access to a number of titles but also their back issues that span years and decades, providing users with thousands of features, editorials and … Keep Reading
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Exact Editions is pleased to announce that the digital archive of Australian Foreign Affairs is now available to individuals and institutions. Subscribers will have access to the full and growing archive of nine issues and new issues published in February, July and October.
Australian Foreign Affairs is the country’s leading foreign affairs journal. In a world arguably less stable than at any time since World War II, it examines the most … Keep Reading
Subscribers to any title on the Exact Editions digital platform can view the latest or back issues on the Exact Editions ‘Reader’ either on the web or via the Exactly app accessible on their phone or tablet.
This blog piece highlights the most useful features subscribers may already know about and those they not yet be familiar with, so that users can make the most out of their subscription when reading their purchased titles. We hope current subscribers and new … Keep Reading
It’s Libraries Week — hooray! Exact Editions is joining together with the library community to celebrate the nation’s much-loved libraries and their vital role in the UK’s reading culture.
“Without libraries what have we? We have no past and no future” — Ray Bradbury
Our team likes to think we know a thing or two about what librarians are looking for in a digital resource. That’s why our digital subscriptions feature:
* Fully-searchable access to the growing archive of back … Keep Reading
Exact Editions is pleased to announce, in conjunction with Denford Publishing, the launch of The HAT Archive, a brand-new digital resource available now for institutions. Archived since its very first issue in 1999 up until 2017, subscribers will have access to over 70 back issues spanning 18 years, documenting the evolution of the hat trade for over two decades.
The HAT Archive opens the door to the world of ‘HATS’, where readers can learn and understand how all those … Keep Reading