CHECK IT OUT: Magazines available via email, book sale this weekend

Published: Wednesday, April 3, 2013 at 10:44 AM.

●Enter your 14-digit library card number, without spaces.

●Search “Publication Title” for the magazine you want and click on the green title link within the results. There, you will find the “About this Publication” information, including the full-text coverage date range.

Some magazines, like Consumer Reports, will not have full text available for a period because they want you to buy the print subscription first.

Some articles in many magazines’ print version may not appear in the electronic version because the publisher is not the rights holder.

●Click “Create Journal Alert” on the right side under “Tools” and type your email address, choose how often you want it delivered, and click “Submit.”

We also encourage you to come into the library to browse the current issue of the magazines we subscribe to in print. (I do this with The Economist since not all articles are included in the database version.) Each magazine’s current issue appears on shelves in the rear of the library under the mural, and the back issues that may be checked out for two weeks are below.

The library also appreciates residents who donate magazine subscriptions to us. Please call Audrey, 682-4432, to learn what titles are needed.

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