February 3, 2014 — The Index to Chiropractic Literature (ICL) is the principle project of the Chiropractic Library Collaboration. The database and website are produced on a voluntary basis by health sciences librarians from the member chiropractic colleges of the Association of Chiropractic Colleges.
The ICL is a free database and website service that contains indexing for all the currently published peer-reviewed chiropractic journals. It also gives users information on open access chiropractic resources and sites that may be used for research purposes. The index is heavily used world-wide by people interested in chiropractic literature and information.
The ICL’s new mobile site has a new responsive design that will adapt to the size of the user’s electronic device.
Phyllis Harvey, MLn, professor and collection management librarian at Palmer College of Chiropractic’s Davenport, Iowa, campus, has been the ICL’s editor since 2002. She and co-editor/Web editor Anne Taylor-Vaisey have managed the index for more than 10 years. As editors, they have suggested and managed significant upgrades such as My ICL to keep the Index at the forefront for chiropractic faculty, students and alumni who search the chiropractic literature.
Source: Palmer College of Chiropractic