Acoustical Society of America Digital Library

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Acoustical Society of America Digital Library

http://www.asadl.org/

The ASA Digital Library includes technical articles from journals and magazines published by the Acoustical Society of America since its founding in 1929. Papers are available from the highly cited Journal of the Acoustical Society of America and the other publications in ASA’s collection including JASA Express Letters, Acoustics Research Letters Online, Noise Control, Sound—Its Uses and Control, and Standards on Acoustics. Abstracts of papers presented at meetings of the Society since 1929 are also included. Papers published in JASA Express Letters and Acoustics Research Letters Online as well as abstracts of meeting papers are open-access and may be read and downloaded without subscription.

Source: Issue 152, Internet resources newsletter, from Heriot-Watt University Library, July 2007

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I need the JASA papers for research

The Acoustical Society of America Digital Library is available for purchase by individuals or institutions. However, individual papers can be purchased. Details not explained on their site, can be had by contacting them by phone or email. This literature, now in a digitized, searchable unique database, is also available via INSPEC and/or Compendex. Princeton University has access to them both via Engineering Village. If you cannot find the materials you need at Princeton (online or print), holders of PU IDs are encouraged to request such via Interlibrary Loan or Document Delivery.
Always feel free to ask a librarian!

A further comment:
If you are a student, read http://asa.aip.org/membership/app_info.html#1

"Student: Any student interested in acoustics who is enrolled in an accredited college or university for half time or more (at least eight semester hours). Dues: $45 per year. All students members will automatically receive the Journal on CD ROM six times each year."

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