Thanks to all of you who took advantage of our subscription special offer. As everyone loves a bargain, we're continuing with another PRINT SUBSCRIPTION offer at the new yearly rate
Take out a subscription for 2016 and get a back issue or book of your choice free
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Click here for an individual digital subscription, which includes issues going back to Banipal 31 (Spring 2008), for £18.00 worldwide. More back issues will be added shortly.
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BANIPAL INSTITUTIONAL DIGITAL EDITION: Annual Subscription
The digital Institutional Subscription is for University, College and Public Libraries who need to have multiple access for their readers. Exact Editions usually sets up the IP access for librarians, and all institutional subscriptions can be authenticated against the library’s IP range.• Prices start from £250.00 and are based on FTE
• Digital subscriptions include remote access
• All authentication is via IP range
• Administrators are given an account where they can amend IP ranges and view statistics
• Access includes a searchable archive going back 6 years to Banipal 31, with more issues to be added
• Access can also be via app on iPad or iPhone within a library
• Each page is an individual URL which makes referencing easy and accurate
• Remote/EzProxy access for registered users off site, as well as Shibboleth authentication.
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