Access to the full-text of BSL and JSL in Euclid
As of July 1, 2004, electronic access to the Bulletin and Journal of Symbolic Logic will be restricted to subscribers and members of the Association for Symbolic Logic.
Librarians: subscriptions to the electronic version of BSL and JSL in Euclid may be obtained from the ASL. If your institution currently maintains a print subscription to JSL and you would like to add electronic access, you may also do so by contacting the ASL's subscription service at the following email address: email@example.com.
Members of the ASL: you are entitled to access BSL and JSL articles in Euclid. Login is required. To obtain access, members of the ASL should follow the instructions provided on the following ASL web page: Access to Current JSL and BSL for ASL Members via Project Euclid.
Articles published in BSL and JSL prior to 2002 may be accessed via Euclid, although the full-text of these articles is held in JSTOR. The abstract pages of these articles in Euclid contain a link to the full-text in JSTOR. For members of the ASL, if you are logged into Euclid, you will not be asked to log in to JSTOR. For others, access to the JSTOR full-text will depend on your institutional arrangements with JSTOR.