Archive for the ‘E-journals’ Category

Return of Le Monde to LexNex

Wednesday, June 21st, 2006 - Amy Watts

The content licensing agreement between LexisNexis and Le Monde has been renegotiated, and coverage in LexisNexis Academic has been resumed. Under the new agreement LexisNexis (academic and non-academic) back-file coverage begins with 1/1/2006. This content will be restricted from academic subscribers in France. Related entries: Le Monde in Factiva Other French ...

New GALILEO password

Monday, May 15th, 2006 - Amy Watts

The start of a new semester brings a new GALILEO password. . . meet your new GALILEO password here.

New databases provide wealth of full-text resources

Thursday, March 23rd, 2006 - Amy Watts

Hours of your life can now be sucked away by enjoying the full-text goodness to be found in the following three databases: American Periodical Series (APS) Online Full-text articles from over 1,100 American magazines and journals published between 1741 and 1900. Contents include America's first scientific journal, Medical Repository, popular magazines like ...

New resources added to GALILEO

Friday, February 24th, 2006 - Amy Watts

The following entries have recently been added to UGA's version of GALILEO. There are now over 500 entries available in UGA's database list. African American Song (Trial access till 03/23/2006) African American Song is a digital audio resource that contains 20,000+ tracks of rare and vintage blues, jazz, gospel, ...

GALILEO password change

Friday, February 10th, 2006 - Amy Watts

Due to the publication of the GALILEO password in a recent Red & Black article, the GALILEO password for the UGA community during Spring 2006 will change tomorrow, February 11. The password will change again in May, after the current semester. To acquire the new password, users may access their ... now available

Tuesday, January 3rd, 2006 - Amy Watts

This database, now available both on campus and remotely through GALILEO, contains the weekly edition of The Economist and additional subscriber-only features. The Economist is a premier weekly magazine known for its clear reporting on world politics, business, science and technology, social issues, and the arts. The online version includes ...

New titles added to JSTOR

Tuesday, November 8th, 2005 - Amy Watts

The following titles have recently been added to JSTOR: Artibus Asiae 1925-1999 Artibus Asiae. Supplementum 1937-1993 British Educational Research Journal 1978-2001 European Journal of Education 1979-1994 German Studies Review 1978-1999 Learning Disability Quarterly 1978-2002 Leonardo Music Journal 1991-1999 Metropolitan Museum Journal 1968-2000 Paedagogica Europaea 1965-1978 Peabody Journal of Education 1923-1997 Population ...

Google Scholar now connects to full-text articles provided by UGA Libraries

Friday, September 23rd, 2005 - Deborah Stanley, Web Editor

The UGA Libraries have teamed with Google to offer access to UGA resources through the Google Scholar search engine. Now you can link from your Google Scholar search results to information about the Libraries' holdings. By clicking on 'Find It @ UGA', you can connect directly to full-text articles from ...

New titles added to JSTOR

Tuesday, September 20th, 2005 - Amy Watts

The following titles have been added to JSTOR recently. There are now 769 titles in JSTOR. AJS Review 1976-1999 Artibus et Historiae 1980-2001 California Folklore Quarterly 1942-1946 Canadian Journal of Political Science 1968-1999 CORD News 1969-1974 Dance Research Journal 1974-1999 Design Issues 1984-1999 Educational Research Bulletin 1922-1961 ...

New titles added to JSTOR

Tuesday, August 16th, 2005 - Amy Watts

The following titles were added to JSTOR last week and will be reflected in the Electronic Journal Later when it is updated this week: Advances in Applied Probability 1969-2001 American Journal of Psychology 1887-2001 APT Bulletin 1986-2001 Bulletin of the American Association of Teachers of Italian 1924-1925 Bulletin of the Association for Preservation Technology 1969-1986 Cognition ...