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New e-journals: IGI Global InfoSci-Journals

IGI Global InfoSci-Journals are now available for the Aalto University researchers and students.

The journal collection includes more than 175 peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journals.

InfoSci-Journals core topic coverage includes:

  • Business and Management
  • Computer Science and Information Technology
  • Education
  • Engineering
  • Environmental, Agricultural, and Physical Sciences
  • Government and Law
  • Library and Information Science
  • Media and Communications
  • Medical, Healthcare, and Life Sciences
  • Security and Forensics
  • Social Sciences and Humanities

 

Lind to the database: https://aalto.finna.fi/Record/alli.805554?lng=en-gb

The individual journal titles can also be found in the Aalto-Finna.

 

More information: [email protected]

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