Several journals have recently gone on-line. This includes:
Although some of the Web sites include full articles and text,
most present tables of contents and abstracts. Access to journals may
change as many of these sites add password restriction, limiting
access to those with paid subscriptions. The advantage of on-line
journals is the ability to publish quickly and cheaply. Other
potential advantages include search capabilities, forums for
discussions of the articles, links to related articles, and the
ability to include supplemental resources and data too extensive to
include in a print format. Furthermore, audio and video components
can be included in publications without difficulty, which should be
of tremendous utility to neurologists discussing language or movement
disorders, for example. Links to other neurology related journal s
can be found at the
Child-Neuro site, or at Highwire
Press, a Stanford University Site that is devoted to
identifying on-line Biomedical journals.
Pick one of the above journals and browse thru its current issue.
Feel free to download a copy of an interesting article.