University of Michigan's Pro account will expire on 6 Jun 2020

Buying an institutional license is a cost-effective way of bringing the power of Trip to your organisation.  Trip can be useful in many different ways, for instance:

Pricing
Pricing is based on size and type of institution.  While not ideal it acts as a starting point for negotiations and if you feel you’re disadvantaged by this method then please contact us to discuss further.  NOTE: figures are in US Dollars and is the annual cost.

Academic Institution

Hospitals/health centres

Government, other public sector organisations and charities

Corporations

 

Institutions from resource poor settings. For institutions based in the two lowest World Bank income classification (Low-income economies and Lower-middle-income economies) Trip is free while those classed as Upper-middle-income economies generous discounts are available.  For further details click here.

 

Authentication
Trip currently supports a number of methods including IP authentication.  We are considering OpenAthens so if this is an absolute requirement then please let us know.

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