LETTER FROM HEADQUARTERS MAKING THE JOURNALS WORK FOR YOU veryone I speak to about the AMS Journals that requests the most recent issue—whatever it may Online seems to really value the fact that the be—ratherthan specifying a particular month and year. complete contents of the Society's journals are What is the big deal with that? Well, it means that you Eavailable there. I have found, however, that even could copy and paste that URL into a document on frequent users of the database are not always aware your workstation (for example, an MS Word docu- ment) or even just save it as a bookmark in your of how powerful the system is and how that power can be utilized to support their research and teaching. browser and execute it directly whenever you want to see the most recent issue—-thus avoiding the sev- For instance, few seem aware that it is possible to tai- lor your own selection of AMS papers to your needs, eral clicks required to go to the opening page of the site and "drill down" to this display. drawn from the full suite of journals, and updated whenever you want at a simple click of the
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Mar 1, 2002
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