December 1, 2001. PSYLINE selected "Web Site of the Month" by the Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders
The Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders (CCBD) is the official division of the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) committed to promoting and facilitating the education and general welfare of children and youth with emotional or behavioral disorders.
March 9, 2001. Relaunch of the Links to Psychological Journals website as PSYCLINE: Your Guide to Psychology and Social Science Journals
During the next weeks the Links to Psychological Journals website will transform into "PSYCLINE - Your Guide to Psychological and Social Science Journals on the Web". Besides a new look and feel we hope to add new services for the scientific and public audience exploring the website in search of psychological and social science journals, publishers, scientific literature and so on.
We will also offer publishers and editors the opportunity to advertise on the PSYCLINE website (read more).
March 2, 2001. PSYCLINE (Links to Psychological Journals) has been chosen as a "Scout Report Selection"
The Scout Report is "one of the oldest and most trusted sources of quality information on the Internet, one that is highly respected and extensively used by the higher academic and research communities" (Internet Scout Project). The Scout Report takes care to cover only the most useful resources, considering the depth of content, the authority of the source, and how well the information is maintained and presented". The Internet Scout Project is an National Science Foundation-sponsored organization based in the Department of Computer Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
And here is what the Scout Report said about "Links to Psychologica Journals" (now PSYCLINE):
"Created and maintained by Armin Gunther and Martien Brand, this impressive metasite indexes over 1,600 online psychology and social science journals published in English, German, French, Dutch, and Spanish. The format of the site varies at some of the nine mirrors (four in the US), but at the main site and most of the mirrors, users can search the index by keyword or browse by alphabetical listing, subject, and by type of information online (ejournals, selected articles, abstracts, tables of contents) via pull-down menus. Entries include a brief description, content offered online, and a link. An excellent resource for scholars and students in psychology, linguistics, and sociology" (Scout Report Volume 7, Number 6, March 2, 2001).