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HighWire Press, a unit of Stanford University Libraries, provides access to the full text online versions of over 180 \"high-impact\" journals primarily in medicine, science and technology subjects. They do this by negotiating access with journal producing publishers and societies. On March 1, 2000 Highwire announced access to over 137,000 free online full-text articles. The number grows daily. The journals are a mix of back issues, trial subscriptions, regular subscriptions and entirely free access.
According to Michael A. Keller, Stanford University Librarian and publisher of HighWire Press, HighWire is working with publishers and scholarly societies \"to support and improve scholarly communication that is, to make the fruits of scholarly research as broadly available as possible.\" Some of the journal titles available from HighWire include Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Journal of Biological Chemistry, Journal of General Physiology, and others. As of March 10 the number of online journal articles with free access had grown to 139,867. The total number of accessible articles was 636,487.