TLG Subscriptions

The TLG® Digital Library is available to individuals and institutions by subscription (one or three-years). At the end of the licensing period, users may elect to cancel their subscription or renew it.

A smaller corpus (Abridged TLG®) is open to the public free of charge. It contains authors that have traditionally been used in college level instruction of Greek as well as editions that have been replaced in the full corpus by newer or different ones.

No subscription is needed but visitors will be asked to create a guest account and login with a user name and password.

Individuals

Individuals may subscribe for one or three years. Access is provided through password protected login.

Please note the payment must be made with your personal credit card. We do not accept third party payments.

Institutions

Institutions may obtain a SITE license to access the TLG®.

The SITE license is meant to provide online access to the TLG® data to all members of an academic institution or similar entity who connect via an authorized institutional IP address. The cost of this subscription depends on the size of the institution (total number of FTEs) and the number of anticipated users. For more information and pricing, please contact the tlg@uci.edu.

In the past we offered subscriptions limited to a small number of workstations.. The WORKSTATION subscription was meant to accommodate small departments/programs with a few users. Access was provided via specific and dedicated IPs in the same location with no Proxy or VPN access. As of October 2017, we are no longer offering this type of subscription.

Questions and Suggestions

 

 

License Agreements

The following samples are offered for preview purposes.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

This document answers some of the most frequently asked questions. For more information, please contact the TLG Project

Additional information

The TLG does not make use of commercial vendors. Institutions must contact our office to request subscription information.

We do not accept institutional payments for individual subscriptions.