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Have you taken a look at the journal Cognitive Processing - the International Quarterly of Cognitive Science recently? It publishes high quality papers in the manifold disciplines concerned with the different aspects of cognitive processing in natural and artificial systems.
Free access to the new supplemental issue
We would like to offer you free access to the Supplemental Special Issue ICSC 2006. All articles within this issue are free to read and download until the end of September. Take a closer look!
As a LWW Total Access subscriber, you’re already familiar with the value of LWW journals—comprehensive, prestigious, and peer reviewed. Now, with our new LWW Journal Legacy Archive, you can fill out your LWW collection with historical literature that complements your current resources.
Archival resources illustrate the development of pioneering research that has provided the foundation for today’s healthcare practices and techniques. What are the origins of current techniques in open heart surgery? How did modern cancer and diabetes treatments evolve?
Fall is just around the corner, as is the Frankfurt Book Fair. Make sure you come by the Springer stand in Hall 4.2 G402 and find out about Springer's newest publishing initiative - the Springer eBooks Collection. Don't miss this opportunity to see a demo of the new eBooks Collection - a Springer representative will be happy to share it with you!
Our regular librarians’ newsletter has undergone a make-over. Welcome to the new and improved librarynews from Blackwell Publishing, now celebrating 5 years of publication. The newsletter is now available to view and print as a PDF document.
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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 SER website.
JSTOR Collection Announcement and Holdings Update: April 18, 2007
April 18, 2007 New York, NY – JSTOR is pleased to announce the availability of the new Arts & Sciences V Collection. Building on disciplines in previous collections, Arts & Sciences V will widen the scope of core disciplines in the humanities, including philosophy, history, classics, religion, art and art history, and language and literature.
We are pleased to announce the 2007 moving wall updates for the journals archived in JSTOR. All JSTOR journals with moving walls have been updated to include an additional year of content.
The following pages provide additional information about the updated JSTOR holdings:
Detailed information about all JSTOR titles and collections can be accessed at http://www.jstor.org/about/collection.list.html.
Back to Basics – and Flying into the Future
International Conference on Cataloguing http://www.congress.is/cataloguing2007/
Location: Grand Hotel, Reykjavik, Iceland
Date: February 1 – 2, 2007
Do you want to find out more about:
• RDA (Resource Description and Access)
• FRBR (Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records)
• ICABS (IFLA-CDNL Alliance for Bibliographic Standards)
. . . and more?
These concepts are foreign to many of us. They will however become a part