New JSTOR Platform to Launch Friday, April 4, 2008
Dear JSTOR Participant,
We are excited to announce that the new JSTOR platform will be launched on Friday,
April 4. The behind-the-scenes process for switching from the existing JSTOR to the new platform will begin around 7:00 a.m. EST. We will be making changes throughout the day, but the vast majority of users should experience no interruption or downtime. If you do have any difficulties, though, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dear Ulrich's Subscriber,
As a result of Ulrich's product expansion, service for the following products will be temporarily interrupted, starting at 9:00 PM Eastern Time, Friday, December 14:
- Ulrich's Serials Analysis System
This temporary interruption will allow us to put a series of infrastructure enhancements into production. No other ProQuest products or services will be affected by this Ulrich's upgrade.
Full service should be restored by 9:00 PM Eastern Time, Saturday, December 15.
Question in Need of Responses, Setting up a Science Room
Dear Fellow Science Educator
Issues of The Science Education Review (SER) feature a section titled "Your Questions Answered," where responses are provided to questions submitted by subscribers. Please find such a question below (author anonymous), which I am sharing broadly via this message and possible appearance on the SERwebsite.
[MUSE_News] Project MUSE News: Additional Titles Confirmed for 2008
Project MUSE is pleased to announce that three additional titles have been confirmed for inclusion in the Premium Collection for the 2008 subscription year. These are the final titles to be added to MUSE for 2008. The titles are:
"Caribbean Studies" published by the Institute of Caribbean Studies
"Radical Teacher" published by the University of Illinois Press
"Restoration: Studies in English Literary Culture, 1660-1700" published by the University of Tennessee
JSTOR is pleased to announce the addition of a large number of journals and retrospective content to the archive. Due to the size of this content release, we have created a special web page that lists all of the titles. The release page may be found at:
Scopus news flash: Further enhancing the research workflow to improve research productivity
copus is pleased to announce the following new features and content to further increase research productivity by enhancing the researcher's workflow. These will be available in Scopus as of Saturday, November 3, 2007.