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Electronic journals
Changes in February 2000
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Lawrence Erlbaum journals

The first online issues of these journals will be available soon. You may register for the Table of Contents Alerting service, which will notify you by email when the first, and subsequent online issues, become available.
Accessible within the UvA domain are the following journals:

24 February 2000

 
Other journals added in February

29 February 2000

 
Access extended

The following journals can now also be accessed online from the AMC:

  • European journal of physics
  • Journal of physics: condensed matter
  • Journal of physics A
  • Physics education
  • Physics in medicine and biology
  • Public understanding of science
  • Reports on progress in physics
10 February 2000

 
Project Muse: 113 new electronic journals

Via Project Muse electronic copies are published of scientific journals in the fields of culture, philosophy, history, art, literature, and politics.
These are now accessible within the UvA domain. They have been added to the updated alphabetic listing of all electronic journals available for UvA staff and students.
The available backfiles vary for each journal.

A valuable addition to the Project Muse journals are the extensive search facilities.
It is possible to search several journals at the same time, but there is more ... See for yourself at Muse. This link has bee added to each Project Muse title.

As from January 2000 Project Muse is a collaborative project of Carnegie Mellon University Press, Duke University Press, Johns Hopkins University Press, Indiana University Press, MIT Press, Oxford University Press, Penn State Press, University of Hawaii Press, University of Texas Press, and University of Wisconsin Press.
9 February 2000

 
Other changes
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The UvA domain includes all PC's in the UvA (PC's of staff and in study centres) and PC's of UvA students and staff who have a dial-up account at the IT Centre.

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