Q: How do I Find a Journal?
Last Updated: Feb 13, 2018     Views: 43

1.)  From the library's homepage, select "Find Journals by Title":

2.) Type the title of the journal in the search bar and click Enter.  If there are multiple versions of the journal, click on "See all versions":

3.)  The following results will display the different types of access our library has to that specific journal.  In the example below, The top result displays the Physical Location of the journal, and the bottom result displays our Online Access to the journal:

4.)  Click on the Physical Location link (top link) to display the years, volumes, etc., of the bound periodicals we have in the library:

Use the call number to find the journal's location in the library.  For more help with this, see Where are the Periodicals Located?


5.)  To access the journal electronically, go back to the instructions for Step 3 and click the bottom link.  The next page will display the years we have available online, and the link to access the journal:

6.)  You'll then be brought to the database that carries the electronic journal.  Click on the issue you need, or perform a search within:

If we do not own the article you need in either print or electronic form, you may order the article through InterLibrary Loan.

Please feel free to contact us with any questions.

Related Topics:

* Where are the Periodicals Located?

* How do I request Interlibrary Loan?

* How do I read a Call Number?

* How do I use the Research Guides?


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