[SABR Info] Proquest and Heritage Quest Database Access

Joel S. Berson Berson at ATT.NET
Mon Jun 12 19:14:59 UTC 2006

If one is fortunate enough to live close to a library of a university
that one graduated from, and the university subscribes, and one is
65, the cost may be lower.  One unnamed university used to be
$10/year, but the coming September 1 will be $50/year.  Their charge
for juniors (i.e., under 65) is $200/year--still less than $800 for
each of three semesters (and what happens during intersessions?)


At 6/12/2006 09:01 AM, you wrote:
>I priced it a few years ago. I don't remember the exact numbers but I
>remember calculating that it would be cheaper to get access through a
>university by taking a three-credit course at about $800 a credit
>hour each semester.
>Grant Barrett

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