Also known as the E-Journals List, the A-Z list is new for Fall 2007. It has all the old familiar features you like plus a few new ones. I'd love to hear your comments as you use the new list. Find it here or use the E-Journals link from the Libraries home page.
New and old features in four tabs:
Search for journal titles or just browse all titles beginning with one letter. New in this A-Z list is an easier way to browse a letter than the old page numbers. It's not consistently applied through all the kinds of searches in this tab, but it's an improvement. See what you think!
Browse journal titles by their subjects. Select a broad Category, then select a narrower Subcategory and click Go. Browse the list of titles that appears.
Offers many ways to find a title: by Title, ISSN, Vendor, and Category. Enter information or make a selection in more than one of these fields to triangulate your way to a journal. For instance, see all Chemistry-related titles published by Annual Reviews by selecting Vendor: Annual Reviews and Category: Chemistry. Go on - try it.
- Citation Linker
This fourth tab is a completely new feature of the A-Z list. It's the same Citation Linker you know and love in a new, convenient location. Don't worry - the old Citation Linker isn't going anywhere.