Exact Editions says institutional subscribers benefit from instant access to a modern archive of content, as well as brand new issues as soon as they are released.
Tricycle was launched in 1991 by the Tricycle Foundation as the first magazine intended to present Buddhist perspectives to a Western readership. The quarterly title soon became the one of the leading independent journal of Buddhism in the West, where it continues to be a widely read vehicle for the dissemination of Buddhist views and values.
Institutional subscriptions are not only IP-authenticated for on-site access, but are also available across all web, iOS and Android devices. Furthermore, each issue includes interactive linked contents pages and URLs, and the search function allows references to key words and topics to be found at the click of a button, added the company.
Tricycle is available to libraries in Exact Editions’ institutional shop here.
Publisher Sam Mowe remarked: “The brand new digital issues of Tricycle that form our modern archive look very visually compelling; we’re delighted with how they have come to life across different devices. As the archive grows, the search function will cement the archive’s status as a valuable resource for those with an academic or professional interest in Buddhism.”
Managing director of Exact Editions, Daryl Rayner, said: “We are delighted to be working with Tricycle to extend their reach into the digital institutional market and to generate a new stream of revenue. Our library contacts at theology departments around the world will be thrilled that this leading magazine is available in this new digital format.”You can find out more about Exact Editions in our Publishing Services Directory.
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