ASHA Members: Access Full-Text Journals
As of January 1, 2010, all four journals are online-only. See the FAQs about this important transition.
Comprehensive Online Access
ASHA members get unlimited online access to the full text of all the journals as a benefit of membership. That's all new issues plus the complete archive back to 1936.
Tables of contents for all new issues are sent by e-mail so you can easily see what has just been published and go directly to the abstract or full text of any article. Check the publication schedule for each journal and e-mail email@example.com if you do not receive the "e-TOC" for any new issues.
HighWire Press, a not-for-profit division of the Stanford University Library System, works with organizations like ASHA to publish more than 1,300 journals online.
By being on this platform, the journals offer many advanced features such as:
- Most Read and Most Cited lists—links on the home page of each journal allow you to easily see which articles are in greater use at any given time.
- Advanced search—easily search within one journal, across all four, across any of the 1,300+ on HighWire, or even across all of PubMed, plus by date range, keywords, and authors.
- Papers in Press—each journal includes a continually updated collection of manuscripts that have just been accepted for publication.
- CiteTrack Alerts—set up customized alerts to track research or researchers in your field.
Additional features such as saved searches and personal folders can be had by creating a free account on HighWire.
Activate Your Subscription
Although ASHA members may access the journals right from this Web page, we recognize that journal articles are often discovered through searches on any number of other sites and search engines. "Activating" your subscription will allow you to set up a quick login for the HighWire pages so you can easily access articles when not on ASHA's Web site.
Manuscript Submission and Instructions for Authors