In August 1993, a group of scholars and librarians in the United States and Europe established NewJour-l as an e-mail announcement list for new online journals, magazines, and newsletters. In October 1995, the NewJour archive was created; it contains all NewJour announcements since August 1993. Today, with contributions from around the world over the past two decades, the NewJour archive has grown to over 30,000 titles, covering subjects ranging from Accounting to Zoology.
The NewJour Editor is notified of new titles through the NewJour website as well as from contributions from librarians in the United States and Europe. Announcements of new journals are sent out 4-5 times each week, and each announcement is searchable in the NewJour archive.
There were many people and institutions involved in the creation and growth of NewJour. Special thanks go to Ann Shumelda Okerson and James J. O'Donnell for their vision and dedication to NewJour since its founding in 1993. Today, the Lauinger Library at Georgetown University is maintaining and developing NewJour.
If you have questions or comments about NewJour, contact the NewJour Project Coordinator at email@example.com.