Q. How do I find a particular journal?

Answer

To search for a particular journal, select the red Journals A-Z button on the library homepage.

Enter the journal name in the search bar.

If we have it, it should appear in the search results.  Under "Full Text Access" you will see a list of library databases that carry the journal and the extent of coverage.  Check these dates to help you decide which database to use to access the journal.

Beneath the journal title, you may also see "Print,"  which indicates the journal can be found on the lower level of the library by the R-Z books.  You may also see "Microfilm," which indicates the journal can be viewed on microfilm in the Multimedia Department on the lower level of the library.  There are machines there that can make PDF files once you've found the article you need.  For both print and microfilm, you'll need to visit the library to access the material.

 

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  • Last Updated Jan 02, 2019
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