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Informit partners with Huddersfield Press

Informit announces a new partnership with The University of Huddersfield (UoH) in West Yorkshire, England. UoH is recognised as a gold-rated university by the Teaching Excellence Framework.
Twelve journals and twelve books have been provided by UoH for inclusion in Informit’s collection. The material is prominently arts and humanities related but also includes health content. Megan Taylor, who manages Huddersfield’s University Press, comments that, “We are excited to be taking part in a new partnership with Informit to provide our journal and book content through their platform, reaching a further one million readers.” 
The new partnership marks another strong global academic connection between Melbourne, Australia and England. “We are excited to be hosting 24 important University of Huddersfield Press titles on Informit. These will be a great addition to our Collections and signify the start of a great relationship,” said Kate Doherty, Informit Licensing and Content Executive. 
The full list of new titles on Informit are as follows:
• British Journal of Pharmacy
• Journal of Performance Magic
• Mental Health and Learning Disabilities Research and Practice
• Radar: Review/Art/Design.Architecture/Research
• Teaching in Lifelong Learning
• Identity Papers
• Fields: Journal of Huddersfield Student Research
• Postgraduate perspectives on the past
• Crime Security and Society
• Journal of Performance and Mindfulness
• Journal of Creative Music Systems
• Journal of Play in Adulthood
• ROTOR : Part I Transdisciplinary dialogue and debate
• ROTOR: Part II Transdisciplinary dialogue and debate
• ROTOR Review
• Shibusa: extracting beauty
• Noise in and as Music
• Overcoming Form: reflections on immersive listening
• Huddersfield Roll of Honour 1914-1922
• Beerhouses, Brothels and Bobbies: policing by consent in Huddersfield and the Huddersfield district in the mid-nineteenth century
• I You He She It: experiments in viewpoint, the Grist anthology 2017
• Trouble: Grist anthology of protest - short stories
• Music Beyond Airports - appraising ambient music
• Soundings: documentary film and the listening experience