|Association of Research Libraries.
Directory of Electronic Journals and Newsletters
||The Web version contains descriptions and
links to almost 1700 entries of electronic journals, newsletters, and related titles such
|Bailey, Charles W., Jr. Scholarly Electronic
Publishing Bibliography: Electronic Serials
||Provides links to electronic journals Web
||"Contents, abstracts or full texts
of 220 current journals and newsletters."
|The CIC Electronic Journals Collection
||Provides bibliographic information and
links to electronic journals. Comprehensive collection covers many subjects and complete
|Ejournal SiteGuide : a MetaSource
||A selected and annotated set of links to
sites for ejournals.
||Joseph Jones, firstname.lastname@example.org
|Electronic Journal Access
||"The Electronic Journal Access
Project is part of a development effort by the nonprofit Colorado Alliance of Research
Libraries (The Alliance).... This home page provides a title and subject organization of
electronic serial publications (e.g. journals, newsletters, magazines, e'zines, webzines)
on the Internet."--Information about this project.
||This is "a full-text index of
library-related electronic serials."--Title screen.
||Morgan, Eric Lease, email@example.com
||electronic journals, library
|InfoJump. eZines Database
||A searchable database that provides
bibliographic information and links to electronic journals in various subject areas.
||"This is a directory of electronic
'zines around the world, accessible via the Web, Gopher, FTP, email, and other services.
The list is updated approximately monthly."--Title screen.
|New Journals and Newsletters on the
||"The New Journal and Newsletter
Announcement List for new serials on the Internet."--Title screen.
Shumelda Okerson ; James J. O'Donnell
||new electronic journals
||"The Johns Hopkins University Press
and the Milton S. Eisenhower Library have joined forces to launch Project Muse, an
initiative enabling worldwide networked access to the full text of over 40 of the Press's
scholarly journals. Funded through 1997 by the National Endowment for the Humanities and
the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Project Muse makes works of scholarship more widely
available within individual university communities by using online technology to produce
affordable electronic journals in the humanities, the social sciences, and
||electronic journals, humanities, social
|Todd Kuipers' E-Mail Zines List
||Over 200 zines and newsletters are