SPIE is pleased to announce that the SPIE Digital Library, one of the most extensive, widely cited digital libraries in the dynamic field of optics and photonics, is now available to high school students and faculty in the United States at no cost.
Please share this information with high school librarians who might want to take advantage of this program. Any high school that is interested should contact Olga Kurochkina (firstname.lastname@example.org) for details on how to subscribe to the SPIE Digital Library at no cost.
The SPIE Digital Library contains the world’s largest collection of optics and photonics research with over 415,000 papers from conference proceedings, 11 peer-reviewed journals, and 210 eBooks. Content covers the broadest range of applied optics and photonics science and engineering papers anywhere. Among the technologies covered are astronomy, biomedical optics and medical imaging, defense and security, lasers and sources, mathematics, and nanotechnology.
This program complements SPIE's other support of education and outreach programs which totaled $3.4 million in value in 2014.
More information on this new benefit is available in SPIE's press release.