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Oxford Journals Collection

The 2020 Oxford Journals Collection features 357 prestigious, highly cited, and authoritative journals published in collaboration with many of the world’s most influential scholarly and professional societies.Current subscriptions include access from the latest content back to 1996.

If you do not yet have a subscription to the 2020 Oxford Journals Collection or a subject collection, contact our Library Sales team for subscription options, including flexible pricing to suit your institution.

Explore what makes the Collection special with our 2020 brochure.

The 2020 Collection includes highly influential journals across six subject collections: Medicine, Life Sciences, Humanities, Social Sciences, Mathematics & Physical Sciences, and Law.

Highlights of the Oxford Journals Collection 2020:

  • Seven journals added, covering fields such as intellectual property law, classics, history, toxicology, clinical chemistry and laboratory medicine, and more
  • More than 75% of journals with an Impact Factor are ranked in the top 50% of at least one category in the 2018 Journal Impact Factor, Journal Citation Reports (Web of Science Group, 2019)
  • Six journals are ranked first in at least one category
  • Nobel Laureates published in all six subject collections
  • More than 200 million downloads in 2018

In addition to cutting-edge content from 357 journals, your library users also gain access to email alerts, downloadable references, and integrated searching via PubMed and Google Scholar.

We also have specialist collections in Clinical Medicine, Economics & Finance, Policy, and Religion & Philosophy, to suit the needs of your institution. Please contact us to find out more.

Perpetual access and digital preservation

You will have perpetual access to content from subscribed years. Oxford Journals participates in key archiving agreements with Portico, and the LOCKSS and CLOCKSS (Controlled LOCKSS) preservation initiatives from Stanford University. These agreements mean that we will be preserving not only an exact copy of journal content, but also ensure the usability of the archived content over time by migrating the files to future file formats.

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