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researchIT CT - Information: Magazines and Journals for Librarians

Introduction - Magazines and Journals for Librarians

To assist librarians as they try to navigate the COVID-19 crisis, Library Journal is providing free access to current and past issues! To access, go the the homepage and click on "Access Digitized Edition" in the upper left-hand corner. For return visits, click on "Bookshelf" in the upper right-hand corner of the Bookshelf-MSI landing page.

The following lists contain links to library-related magazines and journals for librarians that are available full-text and actively in publication (as of Summer 2019). Titles with the researchIT CT logo are available through the Connecticut's statewide database program. If you are outside of a library or school in Connecticut, you will need your Connecticut public library card number to access the researchIT CT resources. Titles marked with the Open Access button are freely available on the Web. 

Click on the grey tabs at the top of the box below to view the lists, which are separated into 5 sections as follows: General; Children's & YA; Academic and Special; Research; and Extras.

Magazines & Journals for Librarians

General Library Titles

For School, Children's, & YA Librarians 

For Academic and Special Librarians

Information Science and Research Journals

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Science & Technology


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