User Experience and Accessibility
If you could buy all of the books separately that comprise the Equinox eBook Library package, it would cost over £1700 / $2000, without any of the benefits of subscription. The 2021 Equinox eBook Library annual subscription price of £90 / $125 represents a 75% discount (VAT will be added to prices where required by law). This special offer will only be valid until the end of 2021.
How it Works
As soon as you subscribe, you will be send your login credentials. All previously published books in the collection will be available to you as well as all issues of Linguistics and the Human Sciences. When new books in the collection (or a new issue of the journal) are published during 2021, you will be sent a notice and the book will automatically be added to your access.
Because we are launching this offer mid-year, your initial annual subscription will be valid until December 31, 2021. At the end of 2021 we will send you a notice of which new books will join the collection during 2022. You will be able to choose to add the 2022 cohort to your collection and to choose whether to continue to include Linguistics and the Human Sciences in your collection. We will then send you a supplemental invoice or you can simply continue with the initial package through 2022 (and your access will expire at the end of the year). At the end of 2022, we will send a renewal notice for 2023 detailing the price for the 2023 package (with or without Linguistics and the Human Sciences) and identify the new titles for 2023. Your 2023 subscription and subsequent year subscriptions will run for 12 months on a calendar year basis.
Annual renewal pricing will be based on the profile of the new books for that year. Backlist eBooks you will have already added to your collection stay with you as long as your subscription remains current, so each year you are only paying for access to the new eBook editions of the new titles for that year.
Other benefits of subscribing to the Equinox eBook Library package
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