Becoming a Member of Grace’s Guide

Book Study 2We’ve made a few changes to the way you view our digitised publications.

Now to view any of our digital pdf files, you will be prompted to register with Grace’s Guide to continue viewing the content. Registering will include entering a few personal details.

Once registered, you will be able to log in and continue to read our digital journals, and next time you visit simply log in again to view the pdfs.

This does not apply to the majority of pages and material we have on the site – only the journals we have digitised and made available in pdf format. So you won’t have to register if you’re simply browsing through the company/ biography pages we have.

Why do I have to register to view the pdfs?

We’re asking readers to register to view the pdf files simply to keep a track on which digitised journals/ documents are being found and used. This better helps us understand how to improve and develop the website by analysing which digital journals are being read or downloaded and how frequently they’re being viewed.

Why is Grace’s Guide collecting my details?

When you register to become a member of Grace’s Guide for the first time, you will be asked to enter you name, surname and country of origin.  We use this information to communicate with you when we send you your registration email for example, and for us to analyse the scope of our project.

We will never share your details with a third party or send you unnecessary advertising or unwanted mail.

Every month, Grace’s Guide attracts half a million page views – and every day, around 4,000 visitors. Every day our team of volunteers works hard to update the site so that every time you log in, there is more historical information to discover.

If you have any problems or concerns please don’t hesitate to get in touch via the contact form, or use the problem form to raise an issue.

Thank-you for all your support.

 

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