Over the weekend OhioLINK staff were able to restore EJC content from 2008-2009 for most publishers, except Elsevier, Springer and Blackwell. They continue to work to restore the remaining EJC content as quickly as possible, but do not have all the reload processes in place yet nor the experience to provide a useful time line for full EJC restoration. They hope to be able to share a schedule in the near future.
While much content in the Electronic Journal Center remains unavailable, OhioLINK is working diligently to provide access to the same content on each publisher's Web site. Available publishers’ sites are listed at http://journals.ohiolink.edu/ejc and OhioLINK will continue to update this list as needed. Project Muse has been added to the list today and their content is now available. Links to the listed publisher sites work for both on and off campus users.
Since there is a growing body of available content, OhioLINK restored the alphabetical title links on the EJC home page at http://journals.ohiolink.edu/ejc/. These links show only those journals that are currently available, for other journals or issues please continue to visit the publishers’ sites.
OhioLINK has escalated American Psychological Association to their number one priority in the EJC restoration process and are working to restore all APA content in the EJC as soon as possible.