EBSCO A-to-Z now offers access to hundreds of free online journals, such as those found in the Directory of Open Access Journals (www.doaj.org), PubMed Central (www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov), SciELO (www.scielo.org) and other portals. Spanning topics from language and literature to science and medicine, these journals are part of the A-to-Z master title database that provides link and coverage information to more than 40,000 unique titles from more than 530 database and e-journal packages from approximately 100 different providers. Using A-to-Z's online administrative module with its interactive Title Wizard, libraries can add these titles to their lists and make them available to patrons in a matter of minutes.
A product of EBSCO Information Services, EBSCO A-to-Z is a locator tool for all a library's e-resources, including e-journals, titles in full text databases and publisher packages. All major database vendors and publishers are represented. A library's print titles can also be included. Users can search for journals by keyword or browse an alphabetical list by title or subject. Built-in administrative tools allow customization of the list including extensive branding options that allow the list to match the colors and style of the library's other Web-based services. For more details, pricing information, or to set up a free trial, please visit www.ebsco.com/atoz.
EBSCO Subscription Services, EBSCO Publishing and EBSCO Book Services form the EBSCO Information Services group. EBSCO is a worldwide leader in providing information access and management solutions through print and electronic journal subscription services, research database development and production, online access to more than 100 databases and thousands of e-journals, and e-commerce book procurement. EBSCO has specialized products and services for academic, medical, government, public and school libraries as well as for corporations and other organizations. EBSCO maintains a comprehensive database of more than 282,000 serial titles and upholds active relationships with more than 60,000 publishers worldwide. 2004 marks EBSCO's 60th year of serving the library and business communities. For more information, visit www.ebsco.com.