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ERMI License Elements - MCLS Database Licenses

Electronic Resources Management Initiative (ERMI) Elements are 29 data elements mapped from licenses for inclusion in a subscribing library's ERM system. The following are ERMI worksheets for MCLS Database Licenses.  All are in Word doc format unless otherwise indicated. For ERMI worksheets for MCLS e-journal licenses, see our E-journals web page.

ABC-CLIO History Resources 12/16/1998

AP Images (formerly AccuNet / AP Multimedia Archive) May 23, 2006

Alexander Street Press 2/23/2007

Ambrose Video 1/18/2012

ASTM 8/12/2011

R.R. Bowker Books In Print amended 9/28/2006

Cambridge University Press 1/16/2009

CQ Press 8/23/2001

CSA Ulrich's Serials Analysis System 2007

EBSCO 11/2/2009

Films Media Group FMG 2/12/2009

Gale Cengage Learning Gale Cengage Learning databases licensed through MCLS 6/25/2003
Note: does NOT include Gale Cengage Learning databases licensed for MeL through the Library of Michigan.  See links below at the bottom of this page.

MathSciNet amended 9/17/2002

Ovid 11/26/2008

ProQuest 9/1/07
Note: does NOT include ProQuest MeL Databases licensed through the Library of Michigan.  See links below at the bottom of this page.

Recorded Books 5/6/2010

Taylor & Francis 6/28/2006

ERMI License Elements - MeL Database Licenses

Electronic Resources Management Initiative (ERMI) Elements are 29 data elements mapped from licenses for inclusion in a subscribing library's ERM system. The following are ERMI worksheets for MeL database licenses in Word Doc formate.

MeL Gale Cengage Learning databases (except GVRL), Oct 2011-Sept 2014, executed 9/7/2011

MeL Gale Cengage Learning GVRL, Oct 2011-Sept 2014, executed 9/9/2011

MeL LearningExpress, Oct 2012-Sept 2014, executed 9/7/2011

MeL ProQuest, Oct 2011-Sept 2014, executed 10/4/2011 (Word Doc)

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