How to access our products
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Libraries & organisations
Our journals, books, eBooks, databases and magazines are available to purchase individually or as part of a package.
Librarians and subscription agents can purchase our products as part of a package to gain access to more of our content.
Librarians can purchase an annual subscription to individual journal titles for their organisation.
PDFs of individual articles can be purchased for single fee directly from our publishing platform.
Librarians and organisations can purchase print books directly from our online bookshop, via our book sales team or via their preferred bookseller. Our front list catalogue is available to download from our Booksellers' pages.
Librarians can register their institution’s IP address with us to give researchers access to the first two volumes of all our newest journals.
If you're a researcher, you can gain access to our journals, books and databases via your library. Check with your librarian or information specialist to find out whether you have access.
Researchers who are not affiliated to an organisation – or who would simply like convenient access to a title not available from their library – can take advantage of our personal access options.
Online personal subscriptions are available and discounts are provided to our members (find out about our member benefits). To arrange an online personal subscription, please use the contact details on this page.
View and download PDF of a journal article for a single fee. Individual articles can be purchased directly from our publishing platform.
Researchers can browse our print book collection and purchase directly from our online bookshop.
Researchers can register for an account for gain free access to our newest journals for the first two volumes, articles part of a special promotion and the first chapter of all of our eBooks. To increase your access to our journals, books and database make a product recommendation to your librarian or information specialist.
Consortium purchasing is a cost effective way for libraries to purchase access to our extensive online content. If you'd like to enquire about a consortial agreement, please contact your regional account manager with the following information:
- A list of the library sites to be included in the licence
- The titles of the journals you wish to access
- Whether you need any printed copies of each journal
- Any current subscriptions members of your consortium may have