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Help: Table of Contents

The Table of Contents page will show you where a journal article appears in the table of contents for its publication. Note: Only journals with full text articles in IIBP FT appear in the Table of Contents.

You can access the Table of Contents page by following the Table of Contents link when it appears next to a Brief Citation, Full Citation, or Full Text article. You can also browse the Table of Contents for all full text journals by selecting the Browse Journals button on the right toolbar.

If you have accessed the Table of Contents from an article's full text or citation, the Table of Contents will open to the active article. The title and issue number of the publication, including ISSN, and publisher name will appear at the top. A listing of the individual articles in that issue follows.

Each individual article record shows the article title, author/reviewer, pagination, as well as hyperlinks for its Full Citation and Full Text pages, when available.

Navigating the Table of Contents

Once you are in the Table of Contents, you can browse other journals, issues, and articles in IIBP FT.

At the top of each Table of Contents screen, an A-Z list enables you to select a letter to jump to an alphabetic listing of all the journals whose title begins with that letter.

Collapse and expand icons enable you to open or close journals and issues. For example, clicking the collapse icon next to the issue closes that issue and takes you up to a listing of all issues in that journal. From there, you can select an expand icon next to any issue to view the articles in that issue, or you could select the collapse icon next to the journal name to close that journal and view a different one.

Browse Journals

The Browse Journals button appears in the right toolbar on each page of IIBP. The button links to the top level of the Table of Contents, displaying an A-Z list. The A-Z list enables you to select a letter to jump to an alphabetic listing of all the journals whose title begins with that letter. From there you can browse publications, issues, and articles using the collapse and expand icons described above.