It includes serials information used by all types of libraries and researchers, with availability data on more than 35,000 electronic full-text sources, coverage of some 23,000 refereed serials, and links to tables of contents, article abstracts and full-text sources.
What does EFTS stand for?
EFTS stands for Electronic Full-Text Sources (University of Chicago Library and The ARTFL Project)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of EFTS
We have 14 other meanings of EFTS in our Acronym Attic
- European Fisheries Technology Platform (various locations)
- Electronic Funds Transfer at Point Of Sale
- Electronic Federal Tax Payment System
- Electronic Funds Transfer Payment System
- Edwards Flight Test Range (California, USA)
- Energy Futures Trading Research
- Engineering Flight Test Requirements
- European Forum for Teachers of Religious Education
- Éducation, Formation, Travail, Savoirs (French: Education, Training, Work, Knowledge)
- Electronic Fingerprint Transmission Specification
- Electronic Funds Transfer System
- Electronics Fundamentals Training Section
- Elementary Flight Training School (British Commonwealth Air Training Plan)
- Enhanced Flight Termination System
- Equivalent Full Time Student
- Equivalent Full Time Student Load (aka Effective Full Time Student Load; education funding calculation factor; Australia)
- Equivalent Full Time Student Unit (Australia)
- École Française de Tennis de Table (French: French School of Table Tennis)
- Exceptional Family Transitional Training
- European Fishing Tackle Trade Association
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It includes serials information used by all types of libraries and researchers, with availability data on more than 30,000 electronic full-text sources, coverage of some 23,000 refereed serials, and links to tables of contents, article abstracts and full-text sources.
Its comprehensive information includes data on approximately 32,000 electronic full-text sources, over 24,000 refereed serials, and 58,000 titles that have ceased publication.