Definitions

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  • noun electronic journal, a journal published in electronic form

Etymologies

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e- +‎ journal

Examples

  • Neo-Victorian Studies is an "inter-disciplinary, peer-reviews e-journal dedicated to contemporary re-imaginings of the nineteenth century in Literature, the Arts and Humanities."

    April 2009

  • Neo-Victorian Studies is an "inter-disciplinary, peer-reviews e-journal dedicated to contemporary re-imaginings of the nineteenth century in Literature, the Arts and Humanities."

    SF Tidbits for 4/1/09

  • The researcher reading papers in an e-journal, access to which is provided by a library, is not necessarily noticing the essential function of the library.

    February « 2010 « ResourceShelf

  • The researcher reading papers in an e-journal, access to which is provided by a library, is not necessarily noticing the essential function of the library.

    Report: The Future of Research and the Research Library « ResourceShelf

  • Denialists also flock to the e-journal Online Opinion.

    Cue Whining Stage Right

  • Although it may lose some visitors brought in by “lipstick on a pig”, I do believe such an updation will enpower WSJ. com as one of the best business e-journal. — txwhen

    New WSJ.com Builds on Its Community of Subscribers - Bits Blog - NYTimes.com

  • Denialists also flock to the e-journal Online Opinion.

    Archive 2010-02-01

  • "EBSCO has announced a new feature of its A-to-Z listing service which enables researchers to browse e-journal tables of contents and directly access articles to more quickly discover the information they need for their research"

    EBSCO A-to-Z® offers improved access to e-journal content

  • Peter Scott's Library Blog: EBSCO A-to-Z® offers improved access to e-journal content skip to main

    EBSCO A-to-Z® offers improved access to e-journal content

  • "EBSCO has announced a new feature of its A-to-Z listing service which enables researchers to browse e-journal tables of contents and directly access articles to more quickly discover the information they need for their research"

    June 2009

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