Conceptual searching across more than 600 journals
JISC JournalArchives is a powerful research tool with 'conceptual search' functionality. This means that when you conduct a search it also looks for items with similar conceptual meanings and can identify previously unavailable links between documents. You can get started by conducting a quick keyword search or use the full search to submit a more complex enquiry.
How to access JISC JournalArchives
JISC JournalArchives is available to subscribed organisations and is protected by Shibboleth and IP authentication. You may need to view this site from within your university network or virtual private network.
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About JISC JournalArchives
JISC Collections has licensed a selection of journal archives for perpetual access by member institutions. JISC JournalArchives, part of the JISC funded JISC eCollections service, enables simple and fast conceptual searching across more than 600 journals published by Brill, Institution of Civil Engineers, Institute of Physics, ProQuest, Oxford University Press, Cambridge University Press and the Royal Society of Chemistry.