JSTOR is pleased to announce the addition of a large number of journals and retrospective content to the archive. Due to the size of this content release, we have created a special web page that lists all of the titles. The release page may be found at:
Scopus news flash: Further enhancing the research workflow to improve research productivity
copus is pleased to announce the following new features and content to further increase research productivity by enhancing the researcher's workflow. These will be available in Scopus as of Saturday, November 3, 2007.
News about Grove Art Online and Grove Music Online
By now we hope you are aware that we are putting the finishing touches to the major redesign of Grove Art Online and Grove Music Online. We are also well on the way to launching our new Art and Music reference content gateways, Oxford Art Online and Oxford Music Online. As with most large construction projects, we have encountered some unexpected delays, but we are now confident that the new resources will be ready for you to use before the end of the year.
Fall 2007 Enhancements to the Ulrichs Online Services
Fall 2007 Enhancements to the Ulrich's Online Services
We are pleased to announce the Fall 2007 release of several exciting new enhancements to Ulrichsweb.com and Ulrich's Serials Analysis System. These new features and functionality are available to all current subscribers, effective immediately.
For assistance with any of these new features, please contact ProQuest Support at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SAGE Publications at HEAL-Link Conference, October 1-3
SAGE Publications at HEAL-Link Conference, October 1-3, Stand 19
SAGE Publications is a leading independent international publisher of more than 480 journals in the sectors of Humanities, Social Science and Science, Technology and Medicine.
In 2006, the HEAL-Link Consortium signed a 3-year deal with SAGE Publications allowing every institution access to our collection of 388 HSS and STM journals. Please click here to discover what content you are currently accessing.
HELIOS DEBUTS IN PROJECT MUSE
From Texas Tech University Press: Helios
Helios is a forum for the scholarly synthesis of close readings of philological text with contemporary critical approaches. Articles analyzing Greek and Roman literature and cultural history employ feminist theory, poststructuralism and deconstruction, psychoanalysis, reader-response theory, and current theoretical models.
Print ISSN: 0610-0923
Included in the MUSE 2007 Arts and Humanities Collection and Premium Collection.
Scopus is pleased to announce a number of important changes aimed at consolidating Scopus' superior alerting functionality and improving the users overall search experience. These developments are based on user feedback and will go live on Tuesday, December 5.
Alert Enhancements: Scopus has enhanced both its RSS Feeds and HTML Feeds.