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Re: Determining Electronic Availaibility of Journal Titles in Databases Barbara Blummer (16 Aug 2005 18:48 UTC)

Re: Determining Electronic Availaibility of Journal Titles in Databases Barbara Blummer 16 Aug 2005 18:48 UTC

Julie,
   Thank you so much for the response. I think this will help!
Barbara

Blake, Julie C. wrote:

>You could try checking CUFTS: http://lib-cufts.lib.sfu.ca/CUFTS/sbt.cgi
>
>Julie
>
>Julie C. Blake
>Collection Management Coordinator and Asst. Professor
>LR&TS, St. Cloud State University
>320-308-4756
>jcblake@stcloudstate.edu
>
>
>
>
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: SERIALST: Serials in Libraries Discussion Forum
>>[mailto:SERIALST@LIST.UVM.EDU] On Behalf Of Barbara Blummer
>>Sent: Tuesday, August 16, 2005 12:36 PM
>>To: SERIALST@LIST.UVM.EDU
>>Subject: [SERIALST] Determining Electronic Availaibility of
>>Journal Titles in Databases
>>
>>Please excuse the cross posting
>>
>>I am trying to determine the availability of electronic
>>versions of a number journal titles (300) as well as which
>>databases provide access to the full text of these journals.
>>Any ideas on how to approach this would be greatly
>>appreciated. We are attempting to evaluate duplication in our
>>print and electronic journal collections and many of the
>>latter we receive through aggregators. Do we need to check
>>each aggregator for availability or is there a central index
>>with information on location of full text electronic journals
>>in databases?
>>
>>Thanks in advance. I truly appreciate your response, as I'm
>>not quite sure how to approach this.
>>Barbara Blummer
>>Center for Computing Sciences
>>
>>
>>