Seeking Your Feedback to Science Classic Trial

We currently subscribe to several different databases that give us full text access to Science magazine articles. The content varies depending on which database you are using (see the catalog record for more details).

For example, if you are looking for an article from 1970, you will not have access to it through the Science magazine website because we do not subscribe to the publisher’s archive directly (called Science Classic); instead you will need to look in JSTOR.

This is where we need your help. We have a 1-month trial period to evaluate Science Classic, and our goal is to compare this with JSTOR’s archive. We are looking for user feedback regarding scan quality, ease of access, and completeness.

The trial ends November 30 and we would really appreciate your participation. Please submit (anonymous) feedback here:

If you would like some guidance, please email your librarian or for additional information. As always, please contact us if you have any questions or concerns!

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