Journals

WashU Authors Get 25% off Elsevier Open Access Processing Charges

By Alison Verbeck on June 30, 2020

Washington University’s recently renewed contract with Elsevier extends a 25% discount on article processing charges for open access articles in most Elsevier journals. Please check the Washington University in St. Louis Journal Finder List to confirm eligible titles. The discount applies to corr...

Independent Voices–NEW DATABASE

By Joy on March 26, 2018

Independent Voices: A digital collection of alternative press newspapers, magazines and journals, drawn from the special collections of participating libraries. These periodicals were produced by feminists, dissident GIs, campus radicals, Native Americans, anti-war activists, Black Power advocate...

Fake Science

By Alison Verbeck on March 28, 2017

As open access journals become more prevalent, there are an increasing number of predatory journals taking advantage of unsuspecting researchers.  Many journals are created for the sole purpose of collecting author fees.  The titles of these journals can sound very similar to a reputable journal....

Scholarly communications selected links from December 2016 – January 2017

By Ruth Lewis on January 31, 2017

Lists of possibly “predatory” journals and publishers: Jeffrey Beall, Colorado librarian, removed his blog site from the web in mid-January. There was a lot of speculation about this move and much was written about the usefulness of these lists, even though their flaws are well-recogn...

My Bookshelf for Browzine.com is Now Available

By Alison Verbeck on December 9, 2015

You can now link your BrowZine app to a desktop version at Browzine.com.  Access your Browzine.com library, click the My Bookshelf link, and set up your BrowZine account.  My Bookshelf will be synchronized across platforms, allowing you to access your favorite journals from your home, office, or ...