How do I know if I or my organisation is eligible for access to these online resources? INASP supports and negotiates access to online resources in developing and emerging countries for the following institutions.
- university departments
- university libraries
- not-for-profit research institutions and centres
- higher education institutions
- teaching hospitals
- professional training schools and institutes
- local, regional and national non-government organisations (NGOs)
- indigenous Civil Society Organisations (CSOs)
- parliamentary libraries
- government ministries, offices and agencies
Access is also available to health professionals and agricultural extension workers and other professions with a not-for profit remit, working in remote areas, when associated with one of the above institutions.
In some countries and for some publishers there may be additional restrictions, for example based on the license agreement or consortia arrangements.
Each country coordination team makes an annual selection from the resources available to them – this is based on the needs of their research community, collection development decisions and the budget available.
If you are not sure whether you are eligible to access a resource, please contact your Registration Coordinator. Their contact details, along with the list of subscribed resources, can be found on your country page, which you can go to by using the country finder provided on every page.
Alternatively you can contact INASP by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org