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Mon, 07 Dec 2020

Institutional Digital Subscriptions To British Museum Magazine Now Available

London, 7th December 2020

Institutional Digital Subscriptions To British Museum Magazine Now Available

The British Museum has partnered with archiving experts Exact Editions to offer cutting-edge digital subscriptions to their membership magazine to institutions around the world. The expansive archive, which currently stretches back to 2006 and will be completed in early 2021, allows museum students and professionals alike to access a treasure trove of in-depth editorial content at the touch of a button across web, iOS and Android devices.

Founded in 1753, the British Museum is the oldest and greatest publicly funded museum in the world, exhibiting two million years of human history and culture. Published three times a year, the pages of membership title British Museum Magazine include striking visuals alongside museum and exhibition insights, research news and historical features.

Subscribing institutions will benefit from both seamless IP access on site and intuitive remote access options that facilitate access from any location. The archive also boasts an advanced search function that cements its status as a vital research tool.

British Museum Magazine is available in the Exact Editions institutional shop here:

Institutions

Membership Manager Claire Byfield commented: “The collection of archived issues has really been brought to life in this new digital format; the comprehensive search tool in particular will prove incredibly useful for those who work in or have a passion for the museum industry.”

Managing Director of Exact Editions, Daryl Rayner, remarked: “We’re delighted to be working with the British Museum on this new venture. Entering the digital institutional market will not only introduce the magazine as a teaching tool internationally, but also spread the Museum’s news and research across the globe.”


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