Biological Sciences collection in JSTOR Monday, 23 January 2006 10:55 amPosted by Dongmei in e-journals, Library Resources.
If you haven’t used JSTOR for a while, you’ll notice a new collection “Biological Sciences” if you click on browse. It’s a collection of more than 50 biological science journals. Before that, we only had two subsets of the Biological Sciences collection: the Botany & Plant Sciences collection and the Ecology & Evolutionary Biology collection.
The new Biological Sciences collection includes those two subsets, the Paleontology, the Zoology subsets, and some general science journals, such as Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1915-2003) and Science (1880-2000).
Of course, besides searching or browsing in JSTOR, you can also search these journals individually on our e-journals portal by title (or title keywords) or ISSN.