Online Journal Access for UWAA Members
UWAA members have online access to the EBSCO Academic Search Alumni Edition database, which provides access to over 3,000 academic journals in full text, plus indexing for 5,000 more. Whether you are pursuing serious research or just satisfying your curiousity, you'll find this wealth of information invaluable.
Here are a few highlights of this benefit:
- Access to more than 3,000 full-text academic journals in nearly every area of academic study including biology, chemistry, engineering, physics, psychology, religion and theology, and more. Full-text titles include Nature, the Nature Reviews series (Nature Reviews Cancer, Nature Reviews Genetics, Nature Reviews Immunology, etc.) and Inventiones Mathematica—though release of issues of some journals may be delayed to conform to publisher requirements.
- Indexing and abstracting for more than 8,200 journals, including the New England Journal of Medicine and Science.
- 87% of the titles available are peer-reviewed publications.
- Access to popular magazine titles like National Geographic and Popular Science.
A complete list of publications can be found here: www.ebscohost.com/academic/academic-search-alumni-edition
Access the Journals:
Use the form to verify your UWAA membership and get the log-in information for the EBSCO database. (Need help finding your number?):
Not a UWAA Member?
Anyone can join the UW Alumni Association. Members are a community of people who love the UW. Not to mention all the perks they enjoy along with feeling great about supporting the University of Washington. Learn more about member benefits and join online.
The EBSCO database offered through the UWAA is not to be used in commercial endeavors. The purpose in offering the databases is for personal enrichment and advancement. Database usage is monitored daily.
Please contact the UWAA at 206-543-0540 or 800-289-2586 with any questions. UW Libraries staff will also be able to help with basic questions about search strategies and advise about the availability of articles not available full-text through the EBSCO Academic Search Edition subscription.