Intellect Visual Arts Journals Free Trial

Sign up for Intellect's Visual Arts Journals Free Trial today

From January until end of March 2017, Intellect is offering a 90-day institutional free trial of 10 of Intellect's highly regarded Visual Arts journals.

Covering subjects ranging from comics to crafts, art in education and creativity in virtual worlds; and from fashion, painting and illustration to Islamic architecture and Chinese contemporary art, the 10 journals are available to institutions to try free for 90 days when you sign up before 31st March 2017. Please click here to access the trial. For further information, including how to sign up, please see below.

The following journals are available in the trial. Click the title link to the journal's issues on Ingenta, or for the journal's home page, click on the abbreviation link.

Art, Design & Communication in Higher Education  (ADCHE home page)
Craft Research (CRRE home page)
Critical Studies in Fashion & Beauty (CSFB home page)
International Journal of Education through Art (ETA home page)
International Journal of Islamic Architecture (IJIA home page)
Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art (JCCA home page)
Journal of Contemporary Painting (JCP home page)
Journal of Illustration (JILL home page)
Studies in Comics (STIC home page)
Metaverse Creativity (new title: Virtual Creativity from volume 7, 2017) (VCR home page)
 
All journals are peer-reviewed and international. The list includes both established titles, indexed with major indexing services, and new, emerging titles launched in the last two years. To ensure you have access to the most up to date content, whilst also being able to evaluate a complete volume of each title, we have expanded available content from our normal subscription model of one volume to provide access to the most recent complete volume of each title, plus all published issues in the subsequent volume, including issues published during the trial period.

To subscribe, or for further information, please contact Nicola Reisner: nicola@intellectbooks.com with the subject header 'Visual Arts Free Trial'

How to sign up

Signing up is quick and simple. You will need to register with Ingenta Connect before signing up to the trials. Please click here if you don't already have an Ingenta Connect registration.

If you already have an Ingenta Connect Registration, you will need to sign in with your administrator username and password to enable access to this trial via the following link: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/intellect/trial

You will then be asked to confirm/enter your institution's details, then just click the blue sign up button at the bottom of the page, and your free trial access will begin.

To access individual journals in the trial, click on the title's links above. The issues marked with a green 'F' logo will be free for members of your institution to download for 90 days from the sign up date. New issues published during the trial period will be added as they become available.

For more information on journal subscriptions, please see our 'For Librarians' page:

To download usage/ counter statistics on ingentaconnect: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/about/librarians/resourcezone/howto_counter

For any problems accessing usage statistics, please contact Ingenta helpdesk: help@ingentaconnect.com


Registering with IngentaConnect

If your institution does not already hold an IngentaConnect registration, you can register by going to: https://www.ingentaconnect.com/register/institutional

For full instructions download this PDF

Once you have registered, you can sign up for the trials by clicking here. For further information, please see above.

For any problems accessing the trials, please contact Ingenta helpdesk: help@ingentaconnect.com or nicola@intellectbooks.com



 




 

 

 

 

 

 

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