Irish Newspaper Archives Tuesday, 19 March 2013

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Institutional pricing for 2007 (19/4/07)
Irish Newspaper Archives "a one stop-shop for Irish research"
The resource offers libraries the ability to search, retrieve, print, e-mail and view newspapers since 1763 to date and will be incorporating daily titles with full colour PDF images.

Current membership costs start from as low $1,900 USD. The INA service has been developed to be a flexible online research tool to suit any size institution. Please see attached pricing/order form. INA welcomes consortium offers and would ask interested parties to submit the request for consortium purchase listing the total volume of institutions and the FTE of each. INA will work closely with each institution or group to secure the best possible rate for access. INA offers 1 month free trial access!!

Access is granted by IP configuration. Any PC under that IP address will gain access to the site. In package 2 & 3, a credit refers to the viewing of a single page. An end user can view the content by title, date month and year and can word search and view results, a credit is taken once the image is opened for viewing. Once the image is open it can be printed, mailed or simply saved for future use. If you have any questions on the above or require access to the site please do not hesitate to contact me.
Andrew Martin
Irish Newspaper Archives