The new JournalTOCs design has been warmly welcomed by various commentators.
Peter Scott blogged about the new design: New-look JournalTOCs website, it was reported in the Information World Review, and also in the Bournemouth University Research Support blog, and Hervé Basset in Science Intelligence and InfoPros wrote that “…the best journals Table of contents service in the world” has a new look and some new features. Jean Thomas blogged about the new design, as did Math Library News, and Biology Library News, it was mentioned on the SLAINTE website, in CILIP’s Weekly Information World, and featured by InformmationToday Europe.
A number of people have tweeted about the new design, including @sallyheroes, @enriquediestro, @aarontay, @CarolineCooke, @LivUniPress, @kotlnc, @Assidens, @StevenHeywood, @andywalsh999, @Anne6fy, @pstainthorp, @glambuslib, @linda_kerr, @HelenPullen, @Bulelwa and @aabibliographer.
JournalTOCs is a free current awareness service that helps you keep up-to-date with new scholarly publications from multiple publishers (commercial, professional, and Open Access). It’s aimed at researchers, students, academics, librarians and anyone else who wants to scan the latest scholarly articles and link to the full text (where institutional or personal subscriptions, or Open Access, allow).