For Librarians

University of Toronto Press – Journals is proud to offer the finest scholarly journals – in print and online.

At UTP Journals, we are dedicated to fulfilling the changing needs of our clients worldwide. In this section you will find information regarding library subscriptions, site licenses, pricing, electronic access, customer service and claims.

Online Journals
UTP Site License Agreement
Activation Instructions
Pricing
Back Issues
GST/HST
Postage
Cancellation and Claims Policy
Terms and Conditions

Online Journals
We are pleased to note that there are now 23 journals available at UTPJournals Online.

Our site has all the features that users and librarians look for in an electronic resource. In particular, we offer readers full searching (full text, Boolean, relevancy ranking, and persistent keyword searching), quick searching (single field, single button, automatic recognition of ISSN and DOI), advanced searching (citation text, publication, subjects, or content types), search results (summaries, dimensional navigation, abstracts, citation or tabular results, search within results, filter selected items), parent list navigation, publication metadata, TOC alerting, forward reference linking, and link exports. For librarians, we simplify access management, linking, and usage reporting with powerful yet easy-to-use administration tools. Support for established and emerging standards, such as OpenURL and COUNTER, enables seamless integration with existing library systems. Our site is now also Shibboleth compliant.

We have a complete archive for the following titles: Canadian Historical Review (from 1896), Cartographica (from 1964), Seminar (from 1965), Canadian Review of American Studies (from 1970), Genocide Studies and Prevention (from 2006), Rotman International Journal of Pension Management (from 2008), and SIMILE: Media Studies in and Information Literacy Education (from 2001 to 2009). Libraries retain perpetual access to the archive of each journal once purchased. If the library maintains a current subscription, there is no further fee. Otherwise, there is an annual fee of $50 to maintain the site. Please see the price list for further detail. Discounts for multiple purchases and consortia are available.

Most journals on the site have at least ten years of previously published volumes available electronically.


UTP Site License Agreement
You can view the UTP Site License Agreement here.

Electronic Subscription Activation
To set up access please first follow these instructions to register the IP addresses and receive an online ID that will be used to activate the subscription:

1. When requesting a new institutional registration, please send the following information to our online platform, MetaPress Support.

Institution Name
Institution Address
City, State/Province, Postal Code
Country
Phone Number
IP Address Or Range
Name of Administrator for the account

2. Once you send this information, you will receive an email with a MetaPress ID. Please send the ID to UTPJournals and we will make arrangements for access.

3. Online Access Login

1. Institutional Login
2. Select your country
3. Select your institution
4. Follow your personalized instructions

Should you have any questions regarding your subscription activation, please contact us.

University of Toronto Press – Journals
5201 Dufferin Street
Toronto, ON, Canada, M3H 5T8
Tel: (416) 667-7810  Fax: (416) 667-7881
journals@utpress.utoronto.ca


Institutional Pricing

Ordering Information
Payment is accepted by: Cheque (in Canadian or US dollars, depending upon the location); VISA; MasterCard; and wire transfer.

Institutions and Individuals may order online

Agents, please contact UTPJournals.

Please make cheque payable to: University of Toronto Press Journals, 5201 Dufferin Street, Toronto, ON CANADA, M3H 5T8

Back Issues and Single Issues
If you wish to receive a back issue or a single issue of a journal, or wish to inquire about prices, please contact customer service.

Canadian GST and HST

  • There is a 5% GST charge on all subscriptions within Canada.
  • Single issue orders are subject to a 5% tax on the issue.

Foreign Postage
In a continued effort to improve services to our clients we provide 3-4 week cost-effective overseas delivery. Some journals charge additional postage to subscribers from outside Canada or North America – a fee that must be included with the subscription payment for journals to be mailed outside of Canada or North America.

Postage charges must be applied to single-issue orders. Please contact UTP Journals (journals@utpress.utoronto.ca)

Cancellation and Claims Policy
At UTP, Journals, we resolve to cut down on claims by sending out a monthly email update with a list of all recently published issues to keep you up-to-date on the issues that have been released. In order to receive this monthly update, please enter your email address in the box below.

Claims for all journals listed should be directed to University of Toronto Press Incorporated (journals@utpress.utoronto.ca), not the journal editor or sponsoring society.

Issues will be mailed free of charge to those paid subscribers who claim for missing issues within six months of the mailing date for the journal in question. If a claim is received between six months and one year of the mailing date of the journal, there will be a $15 postage charge. After one year, the single issue price will apply.

Refunds for unmailed copies are subject to a $20 administration fee and will be accepted in the first half of the volume only.

Terms and Conditions
Prices are subject to change without notice. Except where a discount is noted, no discount is offered. Subscriptions delivered to addresses outside Canada are payable in US funds. Subscription agents may order institutional subscriptions only. Maintenance fee is $50.00 per year and will be waived if the library holds a current print or online subscription.

If you have questions, or would like to claim non-receipt of issues contact us via email: journals@utpress.utoronto.ca. Be sure to include your mailing address, the name of the journal, the volume, and the issue number of the copy that you have not received.