The Health Sciences Library has always maintained selective lists of E-journals and E-books as aids to help users to find these online resources. The Library recently consolidated these lists onto one platform, so now both E-journals and E-books appear on the same page, with a separate tab for each list. Both pages feature subject access, an A-Z title listing, and a search feature to look for a particular book or journal title, or just a general key word search. The consolidated lists will allow users to enter a query on one list and the query is automatically searched when the other tab is clicked on. If you click on the “A” title list in E-journals and then switch to E-books, a list of book titles beginning with the letter “A” will be displayed. A key word search for “hematology” on one list will automatically be executed when the other list tab is selected. These lists are not intended to be a complete inventory of all E-journals and E-books, only those titles covering the health sciences, medicine, and nursing. For a comprehensive list of all UVA E-Journals, use the FIND@UVA journal finder. For E-books on any subject, VIRGO, the University of Virginia’s online catalog, is still the best resource to use.
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