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JournalTOCS: new design

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Roddy MacLeod announces a new look and some new features for the best journals Table of contents service in the world…

JournalTOCs, the largest, free collection of scholarly journal Tables of Contents (TOCs) that contains 16,387 journals (including 2,140 Open Access journals) from 825 publishers, has been redesigned with more collaborative features…

The latest interface allows professionals to suggest a journal with a Table of Contents feed to be added to the service.
Other latest features of the new website include viewing journals by subject category and allows academics to see which journals are “subscription” (S) or “Open Access” (OA), and how many people are “following” a particular title.

Wonderful free service, with now a professional look!


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May 30, 2011 at 5:22 pm

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Journals TOCs free service

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The famous Roddy MacLeod, now retired, was one of the founder of the wonderful TicTOCs, now the JISC JournalTOCs (that I already mentioned as one of the rare web 2.0 service which competes really with paid services ; see my former post).

Now, there is the first customised version of JournalTOCs for Academic Libraries, which is called WattJournals.

A great initiative for libraries…

MacLeod, Roddy. Every library should have one of those, but so far, only one does. June 6, 2010 Online:…

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June 22, 2010 at 7:53 pm

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eTOCs free service

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JournalTOCs is the largest, free and searchable collection of scholarly journal Tables of Contents (TOCs) in the world.

It contains TOCs for over 14,000 journals collected from over 500 publishers.

Coverage includes titles from:
– Elsevier,
– Springer-Verlag,
– Informa UK (Taylor and Francis),
– John Wiley and Sons,
– Sage Publications,
– Oxford University Press (OUP),
– Cambridge University Press,
– Biomed Central Ltd,
– SciELO,
– Wolters Kluwer Lippincott Williams and Wilkin,
– Nature Publishing Group,
– and many more.

You can build your own MyTOC or receive your favorite TOCs by email or in your RSS reader.
You can download citations in RefWorks and develop an API to embed query on their database in your environment.

Worth to try it!

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May 12, 2010 at 8:25 pm

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