American Physical Society (APS)
Thursday, 7 November 2013
APS pricing policy for 2012
".... We have continued to widen the price differences across Tiers, because while our prices for Tier 5 versus Tier 1 differ by only slightly more than a factor of two, the typical usage by institutions in these Tiers differs by several orders of magnitude, and their financial resources are similarly disparate. ...."
Letter from the Treasurer/Publisher
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Physical Review Online Archive (PROLA)
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Barbara Hicks
Sent: Tuesday, 5 January 2010 9:30 AM
Subject: APS Journals Come Home
Announcement: Ridge, New York, January 4, 2010: As part of a new APS initiative, all APS journal content from 1893 to present is now hosted on a single platform run by the APS Editorial Office. In early December 2009, APS launched our Physical Review Online Archive (PROLA) on this entirely new software platform. This new platform now hosts all of the content for Physical Review Letters, Reviews of Modern Physics, Physical Review A through E, and Physical Review Special Topics providing a uniform user experience across the journals. ....
APS journal subscriptions have also been re-aligned. Each journal subscription now covers the entire journal's content all the way back to its first volume. For example, a PROLA subscription is no longer needed to access the early volumes of PRL if you have a PRL subscription. However, a PROLA subscription is still needed to access Physical Review content from 1893-1969 and the archival content of journals for which you do not have a subscription. For APS-ALL and PR-ALL package subscribers, the main effect will be to attribute downloads of older content to the journal subscriptions rather than the PROLA subscription.
APS 2012 consortium licence (under discussion 17/4/12) [Members only]
APS 2012 institutional licence (under discussion, 19/12/11)
Sales Support: iGroup Australia and New Zealand (14/11/11)
Subscriptions: Subscriptions@The-APS.org (10/10/11)
CAUL Pricing / Offers to CAUL/CEIRC
Members only documents may be viewed from the display at the end of this page.
APS list pricing - 2013-2014 percentage changes by tier (7/11/13)
APS 2014 pricing for CAUL (via iGroup, 29/10/13) [Members only]
APS 2014 price quote spreadsheet (via iGroup, 29/10/13) [Members only]
APS 2013 pricing for CAUL (via iGroup, 29/11/12) [Members only]
APS 2013 price quote spreadsheet (via iGroup, 29/11/12) [Members only]
APS 2012 pricing for CAUL (via iGroup, 22/11/11) [Members only]
APS 2012 price quote spreadsheet (via iGroup, 22/11/11) [Members only]
Average Annual Percentage Change in Online-Only Prices and Annual Percentage Change in Online-Only Prices, 2005-2012 (14/11/11)
For pre-2012 CAUL/CEIRC pricing, see American Institute of Physics (AIP) (14/11/11)