The cheapest and best A to Z list i know is the german EZB:
This list is maintained by hunderds of libraries. You just mark those
journals you have licensed and that's it.
Not very widely known: they do also provide an API which you can use as
a free linkresolver. There are free tools you can plug into this API and
you've got your linkresolver.
The list is incredible accurate and you'll have almost no effort: any
change made by one library is valid for all.
Let me know if you need more information.
Am 16.02.2011 22:18, schrieb Michele DeSilva:
I want to chime in and say that I, too, enjoyed the streaming archive from the
I also have a question: my library has a horribly antiquated A to Z list of
databases and online resources (it's based in Access). We'd like to do something
that looks more modern and is far more user friendly. I found a great article in
the Code4Lib journal (issue 12, by Danielle Rosenthal& Mario Bernado) about
building a searchable A to Z list using Drupal. I'm also wondering what other
institutions have done as far as in-house solutions. I know there're products we
could buy, but, like everyone else, we don't have much money at the moment.
Thanks for any info or advice!
Central Oregon Community College Library
Emerging Technologies Librarian