Answered By: Jeff Purdue Last Updated: Jul 06, 2018 Views: 66
Journal packages are groups of journal titles from a single publisher provided for a reduced price. Most of our journal packages are provided through our membership in the Orbis Cascade Alliance; they often provide access to hundreds of journals for the price of dozens. Aggregators bring together full text journals from multiple publishers. Examples would be EBSCO and JSTOR. Embargoes (where several of the most recent months or years are not available) are common with aggregators.