UNESCO Friday, 31 January 2014

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Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) 

The Largest On-line Encyclopedia - A virtual dynamic library equivalent to 200 volumes.

Publication catalogue 2009 January - June (27/2/09)

Institutional Pricing. (28/8/08)

Discounts for consortia. (28/8/08)

Licences

Technical/Sales Support

Contact: Dr. Vladislav Kotchetkov, UNESCO-EOLSS Joint Committee Secretariat (13/1/14)
copies to: eolssunesco@gmail.com; unesco-eolss@unesco.org

Technical Support: Contact the Help Desk (28/3/08, no longer valid 13/1/14)
Please note during the period from March 13 to 20 March 2008 the EOLSS Web server was under maintenance and therefore we suggest that you please refresh/reload your browser and try again.
        Please feel free to update your account profile ....
        The following information will enable you to login and update your account profile using subscription services option:
        as per url link http://greenplanet.eolss.net/EolssLogn/LoginForm.aspx
        Username= xxxx
        Password = xxxx 

Statistics  

“Regarding the statistics we suggest that you visit the following sites for global statistics and country wise distribution respectively of visitors to the UNESCO-EOLSS website.

http://www.eolss.net/GlobalUsage.aspx
http://www.eolss.net/CountryUsage.aspx

From the above url links you will see that in the period between April 1, 2013 to January 14, 2014 out of a total number of 17.77 million Visitors, the share of the Australia is 6.20 %.

Presently we do not have further details with reference to individual institutions. We hope that the above information is nevertheless useful to you. The subscribers to UNESCO-EOLSS are mostly are Universities.”  (UNESCO, 31/1/14)

CAUL Pricing / Offers to CAUL/CEIRC

Members only documents may be viewed from the display at the end of this page.

EOLSS 2014 pricing for CAUL (13/1/14) [Members only]

EOLSS 2013 pricing for CAUL (12/12/12) [Members only]

EOLSS 2012 pricing for CAUL (2/12/11) [Members only]

EOLSS 2010-2011 pricing for CAUL (26/10/09, confirmed 9/12/10) [Members only]
Standard Pricing for 2009/2010 (26/10/09)

EOLSS 2008-2009 pricing for CAUL  (28/8/08) [Members only]
The prices for 2009 are the same as for 2008....
1. Your consortium will be regarded right now, by a liberal assumption, as one of 39 members, irrespective of the actual membership and you as coordinator will accordingly receive a 20% discount. You may then use an appropriate share of this discount to attract new members.
2. You may also approach and register the existing independent subscribers nominally as new members in your consortium and regularize their membership at the time of their next renewals. The different cycles of the existing independent subscribers will continue until the next renewal. As consortium coordinator, you may think of absorbing the costs of synchronization in a few cases into your share of the discount or allow pro rata fees to suit your management cycle of calendar year.
3. As soon as the total membership reaches 40 and moves into the 40-49 block, you will be entitled to receive discount of 25%. You may include CAUL. CONZUL & CEIRC External Participants and Universities in New Zealand in your consortium.

From EOLSS (10/7/07):
1. Your consortium will be regarded right now, by a liberal assumption, as one of 39 members, irrespective of the actual membership and you as coordinator will accordingly receive a 20% discount. You may then use an appropriate share of this discount to attract new members.
2. You may also approach and register the existing independent subscribers nominally as new members in your consortium and regularize their membership at the time of their next renewals. The different cycles of the existing independent subscribers will continue until the next renewal. As consortium coordinator, you may think of absorbing the costs of synchronization in a few cases into your share of the discount or allow pro rata fees to suit your management cycle of calendar year.
3. As soon as the total membership reaches 40 and moves into the 40-49 block, you will be entitled to receive discount of 25%. You may include CAUL. CONZUL & CEIRC External Participants and Universities in New Zealand in your consortium.