Tuesday, October 14, 2008
"Forward linking" in JSTOR
JSTOR continues to expand in the number of journal titles archived and in the wonderful flexibility of its search features. It also provides an easy way to jump from the archive to more recent issues of any journal title, through links to publishers' web sites and the OhioLINK Electronic Journal Center when appropriate.
BROWSE BY DISCIPLINE is a quick way to see all of the content in a broadly defined subject area. The biological sciences are well-represented in JSTOR, but physical and chemical studies are plentiful in the General Science category. See, for example:
Philosophical Transactions: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences Vol. 358, No. 1766, Jan., 2000
Science into the Next Millenium: Young Scientists Give Their Visions of the Future: II: Chemistry and Biological Physics.
Science titles added to the JSTOR archives in the past few months include:
American Biology Teacher
Create a MyJSTOR account, and you can take advantage of some great new features, such as exporting saved citations directly to RefWorks.