A learned journal, but not necessarily refereed, on the Internet. Electronic journals offer reduced time to publication, allow hyperlinking to other documents, and, in some cases, are enhanced by multi-media materials.
Electronic journals are online versions of print publications that can be accessed via computer over the Internet. An ever-increasing number of electronic journals (or e-journals) on scientific topics are becoming available each year. Electronic journals allow a quicker, cheaper, and wider dissemination of scientific research than can usually be achieved with print publications.
Journals that are available online. Electronic journals that the Tufts libraries subscribe to can be found using the Electronic Journals link on the Tisch Library webpage or the CATALOG. Check both for the most accurate information.
journal in electronic format. Some e-journals are electronic versions of printed publications, whereas others are available only in electronic format. There is more information about the various Electronic Journal Services available to UWS staff and students on our LIS web pages.
A journal that is available in its full form online. JSTOR is a database that contains electronic journals. It allows you to search for journal articles by keyword, or actually browse through each volume.
A way of electronically documenting learning and storing information for the purposes of reflection. For example, blogs can be developed and maintained as e-Iearning journals, which should be chronologically ordered and, where appropriate, include links to evidence of learning. Entries are typically brief, with a focus on reflection.
Electronic journals are scholarly journals or magazines that can be accessed via electronic transmission. The are a specialized form of electronic document: they have the purpose of providing material for academic research and study, they are formatted approximately like printed journal articles, the metadata is entered into specialized databases, such as DOAJ or OACI as well as the databases for the discipline, and they are predominantly available through academic libraries and special libraries.