Resource Review, JournalTOCs


Many clinical libraries offer a journal alerting service that gives clinicians the opportunity to review the most current tables of contents for journals of interest. JournalTOCs, a portal provided by Heriot-Watt University, aggregates e-TOCs so that they are available from one online resource.

Author Biography

Rob Penfold, Barwon Health Library, Barwon Health, Geelong, Victoria

Director Library and Literacy


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