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|Posted: Tue Jan 20, 2004 11:49 pm Post subject:
SAGE journals - FREE on the web
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Following the success of our 2003 free trial initiative, we are delighted to announce that SAGE journals will be available for free on a trial basis via Ingenta Select from 15th January 2004 until 31st March 2004.
This free access is open to all and is username password based. There is no need for your librarian or administrator to set up site-wide access. Simply go to <http://www.sagepublications.com/freeaccess>www.sagepublications.com/freeaccess from 15 January onwards and follow the instructions to set up your personal access. You will receive a personal username and password. They will allow you to access the full-text of SAGE journals available on Ingenta Select at your convenience.
If you need any further information or if we can help in any way, please do not hesitate to contact me.
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FREE electronic access to all SAGE Journals - available from 15 January to 31st March 2004 via Ingenta Select. Simply go to www.sagepublications.com/freeaccess for more information.
New from SAGE - the SAGE Full-Text Collections in Criminology, Communications, Sociology and Political Science: Electronic full-text research databases from SAGE and participating societies. Two new SAGE Full-text Collections in Education and Psychology will be released in 2004. For full information on these powerful research tools, go to www.sagefulltext.com.
SAGE London has moved - our new address details are available at http://www.sagepub.co.uk
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