Internet Archaeology is an open access, independent, not-for-profit publication.
Institutional membership will enable you to support the journal in providing open access while also providing your members with a discount on article processing charges - APCs.
Membership will encourage open access submissions, reduce financial barriers and lead to wider dissemination.
£80 + VAT for UK Further and Higher Education institutions. Order via Jisc Collections.
£100 + VAT (where applicable) for all other institutions in Europe/RoW. Please email us for details: editor @ intarch.ac.uk
As a supporter of an innovation Gold Open Access journal, your membership secures the following direct benefits:
A 25% discount on every quoted APC applicable for all articles accepted for publication in the journal during the membership year. Everyone from the institution (staff and/or registered students) will be
eligible. APCs are based on the actual cost of production but even just one publication will result in a saving.
As an open access, CC-BY publication, links can be freely made to the journal and content can be
embedded into your online courses etc.
Access to Internet Archaeology is fully open to all users and no authentication/registration will
A 25% discount is also applicable for any deposit of data related to the Internet Archaeology
publication made to the digital archive the Archaeology Data Service (ADS) during the membership year (download archives only).
In any year when a publication or deposit has been made, you will receive a report to show: 1) the number of publications authored by institutional personnel, 2) numbers of deposits made to ADS, 3) total savings made during
The annual fee is fixed and low cost.
Future additional benefits as they are developed (such as a
bespoke harvest facility and preferential advertising rates)
No codes or tokens will be required to claim the discounts. Prospective authors should use
their institutional email address at the point of submission and indicate their wish to claim the
membership discount in their initial communications with Internet Archaeology /ADS.