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Science Online available to Stanford community
Science Online is now available to all Stanford faculty, students, staff and researchers through a special extended trial arrangement with the American Association for the Advancement of Science, publisher of Science magazine.
The web-based, enhanced version of Science magazine is published with the assistance of Stanford's HighWire Press.
Science Online features full-text browsing and searching of articles, as well as article summaries and abstracts. There also is an author index compiled for the last issue of every volume, and a customizable Current Awareness service. The Enhanced Research Commentaries feature hypernotes that link directly to websites of other relevant sources of information.
Back issues are available to 1995, although issues published prior to October 1995 do not have summaries, abstracts or full-text content. They have tables of contents only online.
Stanford University Libraries and Academic Information Resources are providing this tool to the academic community, and more information is available by following the Electronic Journals link off the home page of the libraries (http://www-sul.stanford.edu/) or by going directly to the Science Online site: http://www.sciencemag.org/.
By Diane Manuel