EBSCO EJS (Electronic Journal Service) - EBSCOhost Electronic Journals Service (EJS) is your gateway to thousands of e-journals containing millions of articles from hundreds of different publishers, all at one web site. To get started using EJS click here
For students, EJS can help you quickly find the articles you need to get your research papers and other assignments done in record time. EJS puts your library's e-journals acquired through EBSCO in a single place on the Web, so you don't have to jump to different Web sites to find the articles you need. With EJS, you can:
- Find a specific journal quickly by using the Find Journals feature.
- Browse through a list of all journals available with the Browse feature.
- Browse a list of subject categories, and then view a list of all journals that fall in a category of interest. This allows you to easily find journals that cover specific topics.
- Find specific articles quickly using the Find Articles feature. Search by article title or by the author's name.
- Find articles that cover a specific topic by searching for keywords in the titles, abstracts, and even full text of millions of articles.
- Read article abstracts and link directly to full text of the articles you find.
For faculty members, EJS can help you direct students to thousands of scholarly, peer-reviewed journals at one convenient URL while allowing you to stay up-to-date in your field (see the Researcher tab). With EJS, you can:
- Easily find journals, view Table of Contents (TOCs) and abstracts on EJS, and link directly to full text from over 20,000 titles from hundreds of publishers, all at one web site.
- Browsing by Subject allows your students to easily find journals that cover specific topics, allowing them to find research material in scholarly journals.
- Students can directly cite articles found on EJS when compiling bibliographies, allowing you to easily follow direct links to cited articles to verify the content's research value.
NOTE: Availability of specific features depends on the specific configuration of your institution's EJS account. Please consult your institution's librarian for feature availability questions. Librarians may contact their EBSCO regional office for more information.