New journal backfiles for the Physical Sciences

Cambridge University Library is delighted to announce the new acquisition of journal backfiles in the school of Physical Sciences. The titles are currently published by Wiley-Blackwell but were formerly published by Blackwell Publishing, University Presses, and institutes & associations of physical sciences.

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 The Physical Science backfile collection features many of the earliest top-tier journals in their respective field, including several titles published on behalf of academic and professional societies. Nobel laureates such as Robert H. Grubbs, Elias J. Corey, Robert Burns Woodward and Roald Hoffmann, as well as early pioneers in their respective fields such as Ted Belytschko, Thomas J. R. Hughes and René de Borst are represented.

The titles included in the Physical Sciences are grouped by the following areas:

Chemistry

Chemistry Societies

Chemistry Societies II

Earth and Environmental Sciences

Geography and Development

Materials Science

Mathematics

The links above contain lists of the titles available in each of the subject areas together with EZProxy (off and on campus) URLs for direct access to the titles.

Together these subjects offer backfiles for 217 ejournals.

All the titles are listed in the ejournals@cambridge A-Z and will be retrievable in Library Search by mid-November 2014.

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Why not browse some titles from the backfiles via the links on our new Pinterest board? Physical Sciences backfiles

 

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Journal for Research in Mathematics Education

New on ejournals@cambridge A-Z: Journal for Research in Mathematics Education

From the journal’s website:

The Journal for Research in Mathematics Education (JRME), an official journal of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, is devoted to the interests of teachers of mathematics and mathematics education at all levels-preschool through adult. JRME is a forum for disciplined inquiry into the teaching and learning of mathematics.

 

Access via the Journal for Research in Mathematics Education via this link.

 

Visit the journal’s most accessed article.