Online Resources. From Oxford University Press. This presentation gives a brief description of Oxford Journals. It tells you: what the journals are; how they can help you; how to look for information in them. The presentation will take about 7 minutes.
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The Oxford Journals Collection features over 260 of the world’s most prestigious and authoritative journals representing the forefront of academic research and providing an invaluable resource for professionals, libraries and their users.
Over two-thirds of Oxford Journals content has been published in cooperation with partner societies that span a wide range of disciplines and geographical locations.
The partnerships result in journals that highlight the most relevant cutting edge research in their respective fields.
An integral part of our scholarly mission is to publish journals of the highest quality, as demonstrated by the impact factor rankings.
According to the 2012 Journal Citation Reports, over a quarterof Oxford Journals titles are in the top 10% and half in the top 25% of their subject category.
Individual libraries and consortia can subscribe to the entire Journals collection, a subject package, or a customized selection tailored to meet their needs, including access to content dating back to 1996.
Please check with your librarian for the list of titles available within your library.
Content published from 1849 to 1995 is included in
The Archive, in more than 4 million pages, back to Volume 1 Issue 1 for each title included. This perfectly complements the Oxford Journals Collectionsubscription.
You can access a particular journal by browsing through the alphabetical list of journals on the homepage,…
…by clicking on its title in the Journals A-Z box,…
… or via the subject module which gathers all relevant titles.
Notice that there is free access to some articles.
To search, simply type the word or phrase in the search box.
…or you can save your search results to your Personal Archive and download them to the citation manager.
From the search results page you can go directly to the journal homepageand view the abstract of the article or its full text…
All journals can be accessed via mobile devices.
Some journal homepages will allow you to browse by topics and perform a quick and advanced search of the content.
Notice DOI (digital object identifiers) at the article level ensuring its stability in the digital environment.
View the abstracts...
Notice that authors and keywords are linked to further material.
…and the full text in HTML or PDF format.
Access to Supplementary Data is also provided.
All images and graphics can be enlarged and downloaded to PowerPoint for lectures and presentations.
The article is displayed on one page with the ability to scroll up and down the content.
A stable navigation panel is always available in the central column.
Extensive linking in references provides additional scholarly paths for your research.
The ‘My Account’ area gives key information on your journals account.
To access it, sign in typing your username and password…
… or register to start using your journals management services.
The account administrator can viewusage statistics and subscriptions.
From here you can also set up your table of contents alerting system for all your subscribed titles.
Click on the table of contents, advance access or both alert options for the chosen journals…
…and save your alerting preferences.
Your preferences can be modified.
To set up your cite tracks you should go to alerting services on the main page of the journal (or straight to its content).
You will receive an email any time matching content is found in new issues of each journal you are tracking.
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