We add new content to H. W. Wilson databases all the time, not just at fixed times of the year, so your subscription becomes more valuable all the time.
As an example of the kind of content we add on a regular basis, here's some of the full-text journals we have added since the end of August 2010:
Index to Legal Periodicals Full Text
Griffith Law Review--indexed by Wilson since 1994, this refeered journal from the Socio-Legal Research Center, Griffith Law School, Griffith University, Australia, publishes interdisciplinary, social, and critical legal research.
Entrepreneurial Business Law Journal--created and managed by students, this journal focuses on the legal issues facing entrepreneurs, small business owners, and venture capitalists.
Pace International Law Review--provides a forum for legal debate within the international community and serves as an authoritative periodical source of reference for the international scholar; also includes Online Companion of the Pace International Law Review.
Art Full Text
Journal of Artists' Books (JAB)--indexed by Wilson from 1997-2003, this journal works to engage with the field of artists' books by means of critical discourse and creative exploration of the intersections of book arts, artists' books, poetry, photography, experimental literature, printmaking, graphic design, and other book-related creative endeavors.
Library Literature and Information Science Full Text
Journal of Information Literacy (JIL)--an international, peer-reviewed, academic publication that aims to investigate information literacy within a wide range of settings.
Social Sciences Full Text
Revista Latina de Communication Social--a refereed professional journal, founded in 1988, that fosters inquiry into social communication for researchers and media professionals to create a forum for sharing research findings.
You can visit our Journal Directory for a full list of the publications in any database, and remember that all the full-text journals added to the databases named above are also included in Wilson Omnifile.