On Monday, June 23rd, the Yale University Library migrates to a new system for tracking and accessing electronic resources, which will result in a new YaleLinks menu and a new A-Z title list for journals. This migration will move Yale’s electronic access systems onto a single integrated system, with better linking out of Articles+ and more consistent holdings information across access points, including Articles+, the YaleLinks menu, and the Journal title list.
The new YaleLinks menu retains all of the same functionality as before, promoting direct access to full text articles and linking out to Inter Library Loan (ILL) and the Orbis (Yale Library) and Morris (Law Library) catalogs. Search the new Journal list to find coverage information for individual titles including what database they’re in and what date ranges are available as full text.
Link to the Journal Title list at: http://wa4py6yj8t.search.serialssolutions.com/?L=WA4PY6YJ8T&tab=JOURNALS
Link to the Sample YaleLinks menu at: http://wa4py6yj8t.scholar.serialssolutions.com/?sid=google&auinit=L&aulast=Snavely&atitle=The+information+literacy+debate&id=doi:10.1016/S0099-1333(97)90066-5&title=Journal+of+academic+librarianship&volume=23&issue=1&date=1997&spage=9&issn=0099-1333.
If you encounter trouble accessing Yale’s electronic resources, contact AskYale at http://ask.library.yale.edu/. This service provides troubleshooting advice by email, chat, or phone. If you would like to provide specific feedback, please contact Angela Sidman, Electronic Resources Librarian, at: firstname.lastname@example.org or Jenn Nolte, Applications Manager/Database Administrator for Library IT at: email@example.com