45 BEACO •i mm N LETTE R FROM HEADQUARTERS OPENING ACCESS T O THE AMS JOURNALS ONLINE n the March issue of BAMS, I described how a 1997 as fully searchable PDFs. This collection has been complicated search of the journals database could seamlessly integrated into th e Journals Online database Ibe saved as a URL, allowing the search to be run at and is searched by default along with the journals con- will. The process is as easy as clicking on a bookmark tent from 1997 t o the present. The Legacy Collection in your browser or a string in a Wor d document This was created using funds "borrowed" from the AMS provides a means of creating th e equivalent of person- Reserve Fund, and income from subscription sales of alized crosscutting collections of articles that are up- th e collection is being used to restore the Reserve dated dynamically as more articles are added to the Fund. While the "loan" has not yet been fully paid off, database with time. Since the journals are open to all the Council has authorized that th e price of th e Legacy for full-text searching and viewing at th
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