Access to commercial e-resources is essential for research and education. High subscription costs create a major barrier for libraries and their users in developing and transition countries.
WHAT WE DO
50 resources from more than 20 vendors are available through the EIFL Licensing programme.
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Last year our libraries couldn’t subscribe to new databases and we had to cancel subscriptions due to financial problems. However, thanks to the EIFL Licensing programme, our libraries got access to nine databases free of charge or at highly discounted rates. This has really helped us a lot and has helped our researchers to do important research referring to these databases.