Dialogue 2.0

Searchable archives.  Free access to the entire vault of past articles.  Helpful starting points in a Classics section.  No more one-page-at-a-time clicking through the wacky — lovable in a quirky way, but definitely *not* user-friendly — old pdf-image page-by-page e-archives at the U library website.  Did I mention, we’re talking about searchable archives and free access to the vault?

What are you still doing here?  Go check out Dialogue’s new website — or discuss in comments what you like about it best.  Take advantage of the free access.  (Starting in summer, the most recent two years will be subscription-only, but the rest of the vault remains free.)

And a big kudos to the Dialogue crew.  Mormon studies has officially entered the new millennium.

3 comments for “Dialogue 2.0

  1. Mike Parker
    May 10, 2010 at 4:27 pm

    Although the links to “Download Entire Issue PDF” are there, they don’t work for volume 41/2 and newer issues.

    Otherwise, it’s great to have these online in such a convenient format.

  2. May 10, 2010 at 5:21 pm

    Very nice. The old PDF display always chopped off about 6 characters per line for me — made reading an entire article an exercise in frustration. I intend to show my gratitude by renewing my Dialogue subscription.

  3. Kristine
    May 10, 2010 at 7:33 pm

    Mike, those links should be working tonight or tomorrow, but they’ll only work for a little while–after June 1, the most recent two years will be available only by subscription.

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