IOP eBooks







  Special Offer  

Lyrasis has partnered with IOP Publishing to offer the IOP ebooks™ collection to Lyrasis members. Features of this IOP and Lyrasis partnered resource offer include:

  • A comprehensive range of digital formats including HTML, PDF, Kindle and EPUB3 formats;
  • Multimedia content including videos, animations and interactive elements as an integral feature of many titles;
  • Unlimited access for all readers at purchasing institutions;
  • Textbooks, teaching slides, and lecture notes;
  • Downloading for full books or chapters;
  • Perpetual access on all purchased titles;
  • One-time purchase with no maintenance fee;
  • DRM-Free titles with no limits or restrictions on simultaneous users; and
  • A rigorously negotiated central license with Lyrasis.

We're also pleased to introduce a Lyrasis member-only offer for IOP ebook package purchases. Lyrasis members may be eligible for discounted pricing beginning at 10% off list price under the following conditions:

  • The institution is a first-time customer of IOP ebooks;
  • The institution has not received an active offer direct from an IOP representative or other consortium; and
  • The institution is not currently engaged in the ordering process with an IOP representative or other consortium for an ebook purchase.

The preferred opt-in deadline for this limited time offer is December 1st, 2024. If you have any questions related to your institution's eligibility, please reach out to your institution's IOP representative and/or Member Services with Lyrasis at membersupport@lyrasis.org.








The IOP ebooks collection brings together digital publishing with authors from across the physical sciences, for a wide breadth of available ebooks for purchase covering more than 900 titles. IOP ebook collections offer research on topics including but not limited to astronomy and astrophysics, biomedical engineering, classical physics, mathematics and computation, plasmas, and more. Titles include topic overviews that provide a way into the primary literature via extensive references; monographs, handbooks and edited collections; course texts for advanced undergraduate and graduate-level students that include a range of features such as reader exercises and interactive Q&A content to support learning; and broad interest titles with accessible insights into the latest hot topics, often taking a multidisciplinary approach.


Features of the IOP ebook platform include:

  • A comprehensive range of digital formats including HTML, PDF, Kindle and EPUB3 formats;
  • Multimedia content including videos, animations and interactive elements as an integral feature of many titles;
  • Unlimited access for all readers at purchasing institutions;
  • Perpetual access on all purchased titles;
  • One-time purchase with no maintenance fee;
  • DRM-Free titles with no limits or restrictions on simultaneous users; and
  • A rigorously negotiated central license with Lyrasis.

There is currently a Lyrasis member only opportunity for IOP eBook purchases. Lyrasis members may be eligible for discounted pricing under the following conditions:

  • The institution is a first-time customer of IOP ebooks;
  • The institution has not yet received an active offer direct from an IOP representative or other consortium; and
  • The institution is not currently engaged in the ordering process of IOP ebooks with an IOP representative or other consortium for an ebook purchase.

If you have any question related to your institution's eligibility, please reach out to your institution's IOP representative and/or Member Services with Lyrasis at membersupport@lyrasis.org.


Please see the following helpful resources for more information on IOP ebook collections and collections management:



More information is available at IOP eBooks

Lyrasis members may purchase at any time. Perpetual access only.

Lyrasis has negotiated a central license with the best possible terms. Participating institutions placing new orders will be asked to agree to abide by the terms at that time. Accessibility documentation is available for this resource.






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