SPIE cuts its Digital Library prices for second time as subscriber base continues to grow

SPIE, among the first publishers to respond in 2009 to economic challenges besetting the research library community by reducing subscription prices, is further reducing the prices of its SPIE Digital Library.

SPIE is reducing current prices by 5% for 2012, Director of Publications Eric Pepper announced today.

SPIE implemented a 10% rollback in pricing for institutional subscriptions to the SPIE Digital Library in 2010 to help libraries contain costs, and sustained this by freezing prices in 2011.

Read entire press release: http://spie.org/x51428.xml

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