From 1 January 2019, Fellows will be able to opt for digital access to all of our academic journals.
As a learned society, our scholarly journals are an important element of our work. They disseminate high quality research from across the breadth of geography and we have been working with Wiley, our publishers, to improve access to their content.
From 1 January 2019, Fellows will be able to opt for digital access to all of our academic journals for just £3 in addition to the core price of Fellowship.
Choosing to receive the journals digitally will provide full access to the new online hub hosted by Wiley, which brings all of our scholarly publications including journals, books and blogs, together in one place.
The journals will also still be available in print and will cost from £7 in addition to the core price of Fellowship, depending on the combination you choose. Our popular magazine, Geographical will remain £39 for the print or digital edition.
If you know that you would like to change your subscription to receive access to all of our journals digitally, or if you have any questions about the changes to journal access please email email@example.com.
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