Academic journal article Journal of Information Ethics

Publisher's Comments

Academic journal article Journal of Information Ethics

Publisher's Comments

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Rest easy, readers: The familiar Journal of Information Ethics is still here, encompassed in a colorful new cover and sporting a few design changes, but remaining very much itself. In addition to the cosmetic changes, an important event for the journal and its subscribers is very near.

Beginning this fall, JIE will be available in electronic form. All subscribers will have full access to the online version-at no additional charge-via the McFarland website. The online edition, hosted by MetaPress, a division of EBSCO that hosts electronic content of approximately 9,000 scholarly publications, will duplicate the content of the print edition in HTML format. The present issue and the Fall 2006 issue (i5:2) will be the initial online o∂erings. Current subscribers will also have free access to two years of back issues (i.e., all 2004 and 2005 issues), and subscribers will be able to sign up for table of contents alerts to be delivered by e-mail upon publication of each new issue.

The journal's new electronic life will also enable readers who are not subscribers to download individual articles or columns for a fee. This capability will expand the journal's reach and utility to readers anywhere in the world, making its content available to those who have no access to the journal through their libraries or personal subscriptions. …

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