The American Mathematical Society offers consortia pricing for MathSciNetthe
premier source for searching the world's mathematical literature.
There are now over 120 consortia worldwide with more than 2,000 academic institutions
that enjoy access to MathSciNet. These institutions include public and private
colleges and universities, community colleges, satellite campuses, and corporations.
to establish MathSciNet pricing that is relative to a site's mathematical
2015 Consortia Pricing for MathSciNet
|Single Subscriber Rate Outside of a Consortium
|Consortium Member Rate
US$318.75 - US$11,177
Price per participant is dependent upon prior MathSciNet subscription history, institutional membership status, and Mathematical Activity.
30-Day Free trial:
The AMS offers a 30-day free trial to corporations and academic institutions
who are considering consortia arrangements. Download the 30-day
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Access to MathSciNet for all subscribers is sitewide, via IP authentication,
with no limits on simultaneous users or length of time connected to the database.
How MathSciNet Consortia Pricing is Calculated:
MathSciNet consortia fees are calculated per site based on previous subscription history, institutional membership status, and "Mathematical Activity" (MA). MA is derived from the database and is the number of authors and their papers reviewed and/or indexed in the database over the most recent three-year period originating from that institution.
The AMS requires a signed license agreement for MathSciNet and other electronic
publications. The MathSciNet
Consortium License Agreement may be downloaded by the host site or the
main contact person for the Consortium to complete and return to the AMS.
The Exhibit A: Acknowledgment
of Terms and Conditions may also be downloaded for each member of the
consortium to complete and return to the AMS.
Assistance and Information:
The AMS is pleased to consider any consortia requests and will provide subscription
price quotes for any group, even those composed of all new subscribers. We
make every effort to help small institutions to either form new consortia
or join an existing one.
For more information about consortia, price quotes, or to sign up for a
free trial, please contact:
Sales, Marketing, & Member Services
Telephone: 1-401-455-4142 (worldwide), 1-800-321-4267, ext. 4142 (US and Canada)
The Mathematical Reviews Database is the premier database covering the scholarly literature in the mathematical sciences, and is recognized worldwide as an indispensable tool for mathematical research. As part of its mission to promote mathematics scholarship and research around the world, the AMS offers deeply discounted MathSciNet subscriptions to developing nations.
Countries Currently Participating:
||Republic of Macedonia
||Republic of the Congo
|Democratic Republic of the Congo
How you can help:
The Society is seeking contacts in the following countries to help coordinate
and administer the program. If you know of an appropriate organization or
individual in one of these countries, please contact:
Sales, Marketing, & Member Services
Telephone: 1-800-321-4267 ext. 4142 (US and Canada), 1- 401-455-4142 (worldwide)
Some of the eligible countries:
|Central African Republic
Support the MDC Program:
Your gift to support the MDC program will greatly enhance the research environment in many more countries and encourage scholarly dialogue worldwide. For more information and to donate online, please visit www.ams.org/give.
Appeals for a discount on MathSciNet subscriptions
are considered for exceptional circumstances. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org;
tel: 1-800-321-4267 (US and Canada) or 1-401-455-4000 (worldwide); fax: 1-401-455-4046.