Syracuse University Library subscribes to Project Euclid, an initiative in electronic publishing by the Cornell University Library. Euclid is specifically designed to address the unique needs of low-cost independent and society journals through a collaborative partnership arrangement.
Full-text journals are available electronically through Euclid are in the areas of theoretical and applied mathematics and statistics. The complete list of journals maybe found at http://projecteuclid.org/Dienst/UI/1.0/TitleShort
Project Euclid is a growing collection and new titles will continue to be added to the list.
“Euclid is committed to community standards and interoperability. The project complies with the Open Archives Initiative protocol, and works with Math Reviews and Zentralblatt to facilitate interlinking between the services.
Euclid registers Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs) for all articles with CrossRef. All article level descriptive metadata in Euclid is open access. The long-term retention of data is a project commitment and an area of continuing research.” David Ruddy, Acting Director, Project Euclid
For questions about Project Euclid at Syracuse University please
contact Mary DeCarlo at firstname.lastname@example.org
– Mary DeCarlo
– Math Library
– 308 Carnegie Bldg