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CSA Adds Links to Full Text on Project Muse, PsycArticles, Ingenta. (Internet Today)

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CSA Adds Links to Full Text on Project Muse, PsycArticles, Ingenta. (Internet Today)

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Cambridge Scientific Abstracts (CSA) has announced that researchers who use its Internet Database Service (IDS) can now link their search results to full-text documents offered through Johns Hopkins University Press' (JHUP) Project MUSE, the American Psychological Association's (APA) PsycARTICLES database, and ingenta.

"We are committed to providing more access to full-text content than any other abstracting-and-indexing publisher," said Matt Dunie, CSA's president. "Researchers can pinpoint the references they need using our powerful search interface, and then have seamless one-click access to the full-text articles from multiple sources."

Project MUSE provides access to more than 80,000 documents; PsycARTICLES offers access to 37 journals. With these additions, IDS subscribers can link from search results to full-text articles from more than 7,500 publications available through the fob lowing services: BioOne, CatchWord, EBSCO Online, E*Subscribe, HighWire Press, IDEAL (Academic Press), ingenta, Kluwer Online, Information Quest (RoweCom), LINK (Springer), OCLC FirstSearch Electronic Collections Online, Project MUSE, PsycARTICLES, ScienceDirect, and SwetsnetNavigator.

Project MUSE was launched in 1995 by Johns Hopkins University Press to offer the full text of JHUP scholarly journals via the Web. …

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