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E-Journals (2 messages) Marcia Tuttle 14 May 1998 15:04 UTC

>From swen@FGCU.EDU Thu May 14 11:01:48 1998
Date: Thu, 14 May 1998 09:24:23 -0400
From: "Wen, Shixing" <swen@FGCU.EDU>
Subject: Re: E-journals (Sonia Wilson)

I've seen the URL address on some journals. Some URLs are for the publisher,
some for a related site, but some are THE URL for the e-version. Wheneve we
see there is a URL for the e-version or a relevant site, we'll add a 856 in
the bib reocrd in our local database. If an e-version requires a username
and password, we'll contact the publisher to get one.

Sometimes, the publisher will inform us that there is an e-version and we
can use for free as a subscriber to the print version, like the Harvard
Educational Review.

Shixing Wen
Florida Gulf Coast University

> Date: Thu, 14 May 1998 09:44:44 +0100
> From: Sonia Wilson <s.r.wilson@STIR.AC.UK>
> Subject: E-journals
> Forgive my lack of experience but I'm new to the serials game (although
> I wonder for how long I'm allowed to use this excuse)!
> Is there an easy way of finding out if a journal title has an electronic
> version?
> Thanks in advance
> Sonia


>From Thu May 14 11:01:48 1998
Date: Thu, 14 May 1998 07:55:42 -0700
From: Lisa Villiere <>
Subject: Re: E-journals (Sonia Wilson)

     We use Ebsco as our subscription vendor, and they just printed
us a report from our main invoice that lists all the titles that have
an electronic version.  I've heard that Faxon also offers this

Lisa Villiere           
Serials Department Supervisor
University of Denver Library
PO Box 100600
Denver CO 80250