OMA Online 22nd Edition FAQ



AOAC Official Methods of Analysis 22nd Edition
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FAQ for the 22nd Edition
AOAC INTERNATIONAL Official Methods of Analysis 


 

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Individual Members

  • If you are a new member or renewed your AOAC Membership, within 2-3 business days you will receive from AOAC customer service a Welcome email. The email will include instructions on how to purchase your single user OMA online subscription with a discount. Be sure to check your junk/spam folder in case it goes there instead of your inbox. The direct link to purchase your single user OMA Online Subscription can be found at the top of this FAQ by clicking on the link "Subscribe to the OMA online."
    • Please contact customerservice@aoac.org if you do not receive the Welcome Email 2-3 business days after renewing your AOAC individual membership or have additional questions. Allow extra time if AOAC is closed for holidays.
    • It is highly recommended to renew the single user OMA online subscription as soon as possible after receiving the Welcome Email as the information provided will change and it is the best possible way to receive uninterrupted access.
    • Your AOAC account is not connected to Oxford for the single user OMA online subscription. If you are renewing through Oxford for the first time, you will need to create a new Oxford account when you get to the cart page. Please use the same email as the one connected to your AOAC account for continuity.
    • Each year you renew AOAC individual membership, be on the lookout within a few business days after you renew for the Welcome Email.
    • REMINDER:, your single user OMA Online subscription is not free with AOAC membership.  AOAC members however do get a discount and is considered an optional benefit to purchase.  For a breakdown of AOAC individual membership and benefit pricing, please go here:  https://www.aoac.org/membership/join-aoac-info/.
    • REMINDER 2: Please view the Membership FAQ here https://www.aoac.org/membership/membership-faqs-2019/ for whether AOAC individual memberships are transferrable or not. 

    Organizational Members

    • AOAC Organizational Members will receive an email from AOAC Customer Service with updated access information. If you are the OM rep and you need assistance, please contact Jennifer Diatz at jdiatz@aoac.org. Be sure to include screenshots to better provide assistance.

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I need to purchase a single method. How do I do that?

  • Official Methods of Analysis (OMA) single method sales are no longer available. Other options for purchase are:
    • Sign up for an individual membership or, a corporate membership if multiple licenses are required, at www.aoac.org. AOAC will provide a discount code to individual members to purchase the OMA online from Oxford University Press at a deep discount. Visit the AOAC website to see all membership options available: https://www.aoac.org/membership/join-aoac-info/ If you are not interested in a membership, you can purchase online access to the OMA at full price. Please visit the Oxford Academic site at: https://academic.oup.com/aoac-publications. Oxford does offer personal and company/institutional subscriptions.
    • Warning: Customers should be aware that there are sites claiming to sell AOAC Official Methods of Analysis single method sales. These sites are not authorized to sell AOAC methods. The only authorized seller of AOAC methods is Oxford Academic via online subscriptions only. 

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  • For questions about membership renewal contact Customer service: customerservice@aoac.org
  • For questions about activating a token, accessing OMA, searching, and printing contact: Jennifer Diatz, Director of Publications, jdiatz@aoac.org
  • AOAC members may contact us if they have technical questions about a method at editoma@aoac.org