There are no changes in the frequency schedule of ASCE Journals for 2012.
29-Year Electronic Journal Archive Included in 2012 Online Subscriptions
ASCE Library now contains journal archives from 1983 to the present—more than 54,000 journal articles, approximately 500,000 pages of civil engineering content. A fully paid 2012 institutional Print+Online or Online only subscription will include access to all archive issues for the subscribed journals.
ASCE Online Proceedings Expands by 3,000 Articles
ASCE Online Proceedings currently includes all ASCE-published conference titles from 2001 to the present. The collection contains more than 280 proceedings volumes, totaling more than 31,000 technical articles. These proceedings papers provide in-depth coverage of emerging technologies and state-of-the-art practical applications presented at key conferences around the world.
Annual Subscription Price: $1,100 ($850 discounted price for paid 2012 All Journals subscribers).
FREE TRIAL OFFER: To begin your FREE trial to ASCE Online Proceedings, please contact William Nara by email or phone at (703) 295-6163.
ASCE Electronic Journal Content Deposited in CLOCKSS and Portico
ASCE Publications deposits journal content in both CLOCKSS (Controlled Lots of Copies Keep Stuff Safe) and Portico archives to secure the permanent availability of its digital journal content to a wider readership. ASCE ensures that its 33 journals are preserved and available for future scholars, researchers, and students.Secure Archiving in Portico and CLOCKSS.
ASCE Journals Usage Statistics Are COUNTER 3 Compliant
ASCE Usage Statistics are compliant with the COUNTER Code of Practice for Journals and Databases. Librarians at institutions with active online journal subscriptions may register to use the service to generate and view usage reports. To register or for more information, go to www.scitationreports.org.
Journal of Nanomechanics and Micromechanics
Editor-in-Chief: George Z. Voyiadjis, Ph.D., F.ASCE, Louisiana State University
The new quarterly Journal of Nanomechanics and Micromechanics (ISSN: 2153-5434) brings science and applications together on nanoscale and nanostructured materials, with emphasis on mechanics, processing, characterization, design, modeling, and applications of materials containing true nanosize dimensions or nanostructures that describes novel or enhanced properties or functions that are based on tailored nanostructures. It highlights the continued growth and new challenges in nanomechanics and micromechanics for application development and for basic research and applications. Frequency: Quarterly