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AMICO Library Distributor
RLG, Inc. http://www.rlg.org/

Eligible Users

  • Colleges and Universities: AMICO Library University Agreement Long (.PDF) and Short (.PDF)
  • Public Libraries: AMICO Library Public Library Agreement (.PDF)
  • School Districts: AMICO Library Schools Agreement (.PDF)
  • Individual Primary and Secondary Schools: AMICO Library Schools Agreement (.PDF)
  • Museums and Galleries: AMICO Library Museum Agreement (.PDF)
  • Consortia: through appropriate agreements above
Features
  • Familiar Eureka® Interface with the ability to save to Notebooks and review these in successive sessions, functions for saving, printing, and emailing searches and records, and simple and advanced searching.
Technical Specifications
  • Netscape Navigator/Communicator 3, 4 or higher, or Microsoft Internet Explorer 4, 5 or higher.
  • JavaScript enabled in your Web browser.
Pricing Trial

Subscription Process

1. Select and complete the AMICO Library license agreement for your institution's type.

    Return two (2) signed originals of the agreement to:

    AMICO Subscriptions
    Robarts Library, 7th Floor
    University of Toronto
    130 St.George Street
    Toronto, ON M5S 1A5
    Canada

    AMICO will countersign both, retain one for our files, and return one for your records.

2. Complete the corresponding RLG service agreement and return it to RLG.

    Research Libraries Group
    1200 Villa Street
    Mountain View, CA 94041-1100 USA

    RLG will provide account and login information directly, and will invoice you for the annual subscription fee.

Consortial Subscriptions

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Questions?

  • Contact the RLG Information Center at bl.ric@rlg.org or by phone to 1 800 537 7546 (in North America).

     

In June of 2005, the members of the Art Museum Image Consortium voted to dissolve their collaboration. This site remains online for archival reasons.