The Archive contains a huge number of table of contents and abstracts (tocs and abs) from various sources: self-produced indexes, specific indexing projects and Current Contents archive.
Bibliographic information of indexes varies according to the source. Self-produced indexing projects are UNIBO and ANTICO. Specific projects are COVET, promoted by veterinary libraries; ESSPER, an indexing project promoted by the University of Castellanza in the fields of Economics, Social Sciences and History; SBN-RM which contains the indexes of La Sapienza University of Rome, extracted from the SBN database; ICR for the journal indexes automatically "read" by an ICR (Intelligent Scanner Recognition) scanner.
Indexing from the ISI source is by far the most numerous (more than 8.700) and refers to the Current Contents archive. The access to these articles is reserved to the users of Bologna University and are updated until 2002.
The name of the author/s of the article.
A text containing a short summary of the article. This information is included almost exclusiverly in the indexes of Current Contents and is usually written in English.
The title of the journal where the article is published
The ISSN code of the journal. ISSN is an acronym of International Standard Serial Number) which identifies uniquely serials. It is an 8-digit code and can be searched with or without hyphen between the two 4-digit groups.
It is possible to limit searching to one source of documents of the Archive by selecting only one code in the dropdown menu.