Full text material in electronic journals may be protected by Copyright Law (Title 17, U.S. Code).
For help with copyright questions please contact Judi Bergjord, Outreach Librarian, at email@example.com or 402-280-5199.
Electronic journals and books from all three Creighton University libraries (Health Sciences Library, Reinert Alumni Library, and Klutznick Law Library) are listed in the CU Libraries E-Resources Portal, a collection management system from Serials Solutions. Many resources include links to more than one provider.
Password information for login-dependent journals (noted as "Password Required" next to the title in the Ejournal Portal). This page is accessible only to Creighton students, staff and faculty, on campus, or off campus via proxy server; guests will not be able to view it.
Some online journals are embargoed; for example, a link to a title may indicate access from 1997 to 12 months ago. This means that issues published in the past 12 months are not accessible because our terms of access require the delay, or because access is public after the embargo period and we do not have a subscription to the current issues. Embargoes are typically for 6 to 12 months, but may be longer or shorter.
If you need help searching for content in journals, or have questions about access or subscriptions to online resources, please contact Reference Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or 402-280-5138.
There is detailed guidance by subject on the Health Sciences Library's Resources pages.
- Most journals provide scanned images of articles in the portable document file (PDF) format. Sometimes articles produced with a newer version of Adobe Acrobat™ are not readable with older versions of Adobe Acrobat Reader™, so it is important to have the current version. To download a free copy of the software to view, print and save PDF files, click here.
- The Mulford Health Science Library at the University of Toledo provides links to Instructions to Authors in the Health Sciences for over 3,500 journals in the health and life sciences. All links are to "primary sources" - that is, to publishers and organizations with editorial responsibilities for the titles.