DoIS: Documents in information science.
A large international, multilingual database of articles and conference papers published in electronic format, the majority of which are downloadable. Offers limited search options and title browsing of journals and conference proceedings. Maintained by volunteers. Instructions on contributing content: http://wotan.liu.edu/dois/participate.html.
http://www.igi-global.com/EResources/InfoSciJournals.aspx [IGI Global] Hershey, Pa.: IGI Global 2000s–
A searchable, full-text database of over 100 peer-reviewed journals published by IGI Global. Covers many topics related to information science and its applications in medicine, business, education, government, and library science. Other topics include artificial intelligence; information security; mobile computing; multimedia technologies; software engineering; and web technologies. Continually updated. See also InfoSci-Books, a companion database with the full text of IGI Global monographs and reference books.
LIS: E-prints in library and information science.
“An open access archive for scientific or technical documents, published or unpublished, on Librarianship, Information Science and Technology, and related application disciplines.”—Home Page International in scope; documents are primarily in Spanish, English, or other European languages. Search interface is in English and all documents carry English language abstracts. Many options for searching and browsing. Utilizes the JITA Classification System of Library and Information Science (http://eprints.rclis.org/jita.html). See the FAQ (http://eprints.rclis.org/faq.html) for information on depositing documents in E-LIS. As of 2007, E-LIS is the largest open access digital repository in library and information studies. See also dLIST and DoIS
Library literature and information science retrospective.
http://www.ebscohost.com/academic/library-literature-information-science-retrospective Ebsco Ipswich, Mass.: EBSCO Publishing2007
Indexes journals in library literature and information science from 1905 to 1983. Incorporates indexing from Library work (1905–11), Library journal (1912–20), and Library literature (1921–83). Also includes full text content of the influential Wilson library bulletin (1914–83), plus citations to book reviews, books, book chapters, and library school theses. Scope is international but emphasizes U.S. periodicals. Available on the EBSCOhost platform. See Library Literature and Information Science Full Text for coverage from 1984 to present.
Library and Information Science: Indexes; Abstract Journals; Databases
Susan E. Searing
This section includes subscription and free resources that index journal articles and other publications. Some include abstracts and some include full text. Also in this section are searchable, LIS-specific repositories of electronic documents.
OCLC research publications repository.
http://www.oclc.org/research/publications/about.htm OCLC Online Computer Library Center Dublin, Ohio: OCLC Online Computer Library Center
A searchable collection of hundreds of library science research publications produced or sponsored by OCLC.
LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. Office of subject cataloging policy, Library of congress subject headings. Washington, D.C, Library of Congress. 1908-. Annual ISSN: 10489711.
Library Literature. New York: Wilson, 1921-1998.Location: (DR) Z666 .L69 [1921-1984 only]
December 1984- [full text begins March 1996]. Library & Information Science Abstracts. London: Library Association, 1969-Location: (DR) Z671 .L6q