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Through the EIFL-Licensing Programme, we negotiate licence agreements with publishers and vendors of commercial e-resources on behalf of library consortia (and their member libraries) in partner countries.
In 2011, we enabled our partner libraries to save an estimated US$175 million in subscription fees, and we achieved an average discount of 97%.
Our work also results in efficiency gains across the network - for example in terms of time and legal fees.
Other key priorities for the EIFL-Licensing Programme include:
EIFL-negotiated agreements are open to members of our partner library consortia in eligible countries.
The catalogue page for each licensed resource (click here for a list) indicates the list of eligible countries i.e. those that are covered by the agreement.
A list of licensed resources available to each of our partner library consortia will be available soon.
If your institution is a member of the EIFL-partner library consortium in your country AND your country is eligible for the resource of your choice, you should be able to subscribe.
Please contact the EIFL-Licensing Coordinator in your country for further details.
You can find out whether individual journals are included in collections available through EIFL-negotiated agreements here.