NII-REO

The e-journal contents (including BAK file) are archived on a steady and continuous basis with permission from each publisher and provided under contract to university library consortia and other partner organizations.

The e-journals of the partnering publishers can be cross-searched; however, usage of the text will require a separate agreement with each publisher.

The electronic collections of humanities and social sciences are archived on a steady and continuous basis with permission from each publisher and provided under contract to university library consortia and other partner organizations.

The usage of each electronic collection will require a separate agreement with each publisher.

About NII-REO

NII Repository of Electronic Journals and Online Publications (NII-REO) provides scholarly contents such as e-journals on a steady and continuous basis to educational and research institutions such as universities.

The contents contained in NII-REO are determined on the basis of consultation and contracts among NII, university library consortia, and participating publishers.

Features

The NII-REO service provides the features listed below. (The conditions for feature availability are determined by the licensing agreements with participating publishers.)

  • Local hosting of the e-resources (e-journals, e-collections, etc) provided under contract to universities etc. enables them to be accessed steadily and continuously.
  • Participating publishers’ e-journal contents contained in NII-REO may be cross-searched.
  • Anyone may access the bibliographic information or abstracts of the contents in the e-journal archives; however, access to the text will require a separate agreement with each publisher.

Stored content and browsing restrictions

The table below lists the content currently stored in NII-REO.

Archive of Electronic Journals Humanities & Social Sciences Electronic Collection
Springer: Online Journal Archives (1847-1996) 19th C & 20th C House of Commons Parliamentary Papers (HCPP)
Oxford University Press: Archive Collection (1849-1995), (1996-2003) 18th C House of Commons Parliamentary Papers (HCPP18th)
IEEE Computer Society: Digital Library (CSDL) Making of the Modern World: The Goldsmiths'-Kress Library of Economic Literature 1450-1850 (MOMW)
Kluwer Online (1997-2005)