Answered By: Rich Gause Last Updated: Dec 12, 2014 Views: 65
For a basic answer to this question:
- From the top of the Libraries' homepage, select the tab for "About"
- From the About page section for Facts & Figures, select the link for "Statistical Summary"
- Scroll down on the page to the section about Serials Subscriptions and look at the entry for "Total Electronic Serials Subscriptions"
NOTE: A more complete answer to this question won't yield a specific count because there are many more e-journals accessible through the various library databases than just those which the library identifies as subscriptions, but the details of access are in a more-or-less constant state of flux.
Search for online journals by title or select the Category tab on the resulting search form to search by Category and Subcategory.
Search databases by subject to identify articles about a topic, then select the "Get Full Text" link to see if the library has online access to the full text of the specific article. If the full text is not available online, the same link provides access to the library catalog to look for print or microform of the journal, and to Interlibrary Loan to request a scanned copy of the article from another library system.
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