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IP blocking principles - OUP version (1/8/08)
NEWS 21/7/05:I’d like to point you to a useful tool we provide for librarians on the HighWire portal. At www.highwire.org, under the center tab, “For Institutions”, is a link on the left side called “Get Answers”, which may satisfy your request nicely (as well as providing a lot of other useful information).
You can, for example, select:
Who is the publisher?
What is the main URL for the journal site?
What is the online ISSN number?
What is the print ISSN number?
What is the range of content online?
Then choose the titles to which your library subscribes. At the bottom of the page, enter your email address, and tick the box, “Check to also generate a tab-delimited file for importing into Microsoft Excel”. You will be sent an email from HighWire Press with instructions and a link that contains the relevant information (in addition to receiving a second, html-enhanced email).
You don’t have to be “signed
in” to the portal (or be a subscriber) to take advantage of this section
of our site. But if you do administer multiple HighWire-hosted journal
accounts, you may find there is some advantage in registering and making
use of the other library-friendly features on the "Manage Your Subscriptions"
pages. No charge.
Bonnie Zavon Library / Publisher Relations HighWire Press Stanford University
650.723.0522 voice 650.736.1981 fax email@example.com http://highwire.stanford.edu/~bzavon
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Chemistry (see American Society for for
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology)
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