Journals by Subject
Information and Library ScienceAccess restricted to Stanford unless otherwise noted
- Advanced technology libraries v. 31, no. 2-, Feb. 2002-, ebrary, Full text delayed 3 months
- American libraries v. 6-, 1975-, Acad Search Prem
- Annual review of information science and technology v. 36-44, 2002-11., Wiley
- Biomedical digital libraries v. 1-4, 2004-07., PubMed Centralv. 1-4, 2004-07. BioMed Central
- Bulletin of the Association of Medical Librarians v. 1, 1902., PMC
- Bulletin of the Medical Library Association v. 1-89, 1911-2001., PMC
- Cataloging & classification quarterly v. 24-, 1997-, TandFonline
- Cataloging service bulletin no. 1-, 1978-, Cat Distrib Serv Libr Congr
- Collection management v. 22-, 1997-, TandFonline
- College and research libraries v. 58-, 1997-, HighWire
- Computers in libraries v. 13, no. 7-, 1993-, Acad Search Prem
- Dragonfly v. 25-, 1994-
- EContent v. 22-, 1999-, Acad Search Prem
- Evidence based library and information practice v. 1-, 2006-, Univ Alta Libr
- Evidence-based library and information practice v. 1-, 2006-, Univ Alta Libr
- Health libraries review v. 1-17, 1984-2000., Wiley
- Information standards quarterly v. 23-, 2011-, NISO
- Information technology and libraries v. 6, no. 4-, Dec. 1987-, ABI/INFORM Globalv. 23-, 2004- Acad Search Prem
- Information today v. 13, no. 7-, 1996-, Acad Search Prem
- InfoWorld v. , 18-, , 1996-v. 19, no. 9-29, no. 14, Mar. 1997-Apr. 2007. Acad Search Prem
- Issues in science and technology librarianship 1991-, Am Libr AssocISTL publishes substantive material of interest to science and technology librarians. It serves as a vehicle for sci-tech librarians to share details of successful programs, materials for the delivery of information services, background information and opinions on topics of current interest, to publish research and bibliographies on issues in science and technology libraries, and to communicate in more depth than the mailing list.
- Journal of academic librarianship v. 21-, 1995-, ScienceDirectv. 1-30, no. 3, 1975-May 2004. Acad Search Prem
- Journal of access services v. 1-, 2002-, TandFonline
- Journal of chemical documentation v. 1-14, 1961-74., Am Chem Soc
- Journal of the American Society for Information Science v. 37-51, 1986-2000., Wiley
- Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology v. 52-, 2001-, Wiley
- Journal of the Medical Library Association v. 90-, 2002-, PMC
- Library & information science research v. 17-, 1995-, ScienceDirect
- Library hi tech news v. 16, no. 3-24, 1999-2007., Emerald
- Library journal v. 101, no. 9-, May 1, 1976-, Acad Search Prem
- Library of Congress information bulletin v. 56-, 1997-
- Library resources & technical services v. 48-, 2004-, Acad Search Prem
- Library technology reports v. 38-, 2002-, Acad Search Prem
- LIBRES (Kent, Ohio) v. 6-, 1996-, Curtin Univ Technol
- Medical libraries (Denver, Colo.) v. 1-5, 1898-1902., PMC
- Medical reference services quarterly v. 16-, 1997-, TandFonline
- News (National Library of Medicine (U.S.)) v. 49-51, 1994-96., NLM
- NLM newsline v. 52-, 1997-, NLM
- Online v. 18-, 1994-, Acad Search Prem
- Osler Library newsletter no. 1-, 1969-, Osler Libr
- Reference librarian no. 56-, 1997-, TandFonline
- Science & technology libraries v. 26, no. 3/4-29, 2007-09., TandFonline
- Serials librarian v. 30, no. 2-, 1997-, TandFonline
- Smart libraries newsletter 2003-, ALA
- Technical services quarterly v. 14, no. 3-, 1997-, TandFonline
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