VIVA is gaining substantial new Wiley journal content by upgrading its shared Wiley Online Library content to the new Wiley “Database Model”. This model includes access to all but one of Wiley’s current e-journals. (The one exception is The Journal of the European Economic Association.)
Previously, VIVA had a shared collection of core journals with individual institutions opting in for additional titles. With this upgrade, all participating institutions will share the Wiley Database Model. This represents an increase of 217 titles to VIVA’s shared, core collection for a total of 1,485 journal titles. It also means that there will no longer be the annual title reconciliation by institutions. Perpetual access to subscribed titles and years applies.
All public institutions and the participating private institutions will have access to this content upgrade. Participating private institutions include: Bridgewater College, Christendom College, Eastern Mennonite University, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Ferrum College, Liberty University, Lynchburg College, Mary Baldwin College, Marymount University, Regent University, Shenandoah University, Southern Virginia University, Sweet Briar College, University of Richmond, Virginia Wesleyan College, and Washington & Lee University.
The database model journal list can be found here.
All IEEE All-Society Periodicals Package (ASPP) subscribers will be upgraded to IEEE/IET Electronic Library (IEL) and one Computer Science Digital Library (CSDL) subscriber will be upgraded to ASPP.
Previously, some public institutions subscribed to ASPP and some to IEL. With this upgrade, all public institutions will share IEL. Private institution subscribers are upgraded to the next product level up from their current status if they did not already subscribe to IEL.
The upgrade includes unlimited full text access and downloads, 6 additional journal titles, 1400+ additional conference titles, 2800+ active and selected archival IEEE standards, backfiles to 1872 (for select titles), and over 3,000,000+ full-text documents (an increase from 324,000+). More product information may be found here.