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Broad Access to AAA Journals

AAA and Wiley-Blackwell want our journals content to be widely available. To this end, we specifically support five different philanthropic programs to make sure that underresourced institutions have access to our publications.

We participate in HINARI, AGORA, OARE, INASP, and we support free access to AnthroSource for Historically Black College and Universities, Tribal Colleges and Universities, and First Nation Schools.

Through HINARI alone, our content is available in more than 4,000 institutions in the developing world!

In addition, Dion Dears (ddears AT aaanet.org) has contacted HBCUs and Tribal Colleges and Universities specifically to spread the word this summer.

If your institution is interested in this program, you can click on the links above or you can email Dion Dears directly to take advantage of our philanthropic programs.

3 Responses

  1. […] full access to Anthrosource is always available to AAA members, and we support broad access to our content by offering free subscriptions to Historically Black College and Universities, […]

    • From the November 2009 eNews below I would like to know how to access the full range of articles (broad access) to Anthrosource. However, I have not been able to find a link to full access.

      Could you please provide instructions on how to access the full catalog of articles stored in Anthrosourc?

      Thank you,

      Thomas Wheeler
      Free Public AnthroSource Access in November and December
      Share AnthroSource links with students or colleagues in other
      disciplines throughout November and December. This promotion offers
      free access for everyone to 10+ years of AnthroSource content. Members
      can access AnthroSource for free at any time, but this is a great
      opportunity to show non-member colleagues and students the breadth and
      depth of anthropological work.
      Learn More >
      Wiley-Blackwell Interscience Entry to Free AnthroSource >

  2. Dear Thomas,

    If you are not a member of AAA and you would like to take advantage of our two months of free access, please click on any of the titles listed in the following blog entry: http://blog.aaanet.org/2009/11/03/available-now-through-december-10-years-of-aaa-publications/

    You will be brought to their page on the Wiley-Interscience platform. where you should be able to download any article dated 1997 and later, from any of these 20+ titles.

    If you are seeking access to ALL Anthrosource content (100+ years’ worth!), you must either be a member of AAA, or be affiliated with a library or institution that has a subscription to the platform.

    To learn more about becoming an AAA member or to join, please visit: http://aaanet.org/membership/.

    To recommend an AnthroSource subscription to your library, visit: http://www.wiley.com/bw/librecfm.asp?ref=ANTH-SOUR&title=AnthroSource

    I hope that was helpful, but please feel free to contact me directly for more information.

    All best,

    Sharon Stein
    Assistant to the Director of Publishing
    American Anthropological Association

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