Answered By: Library Staff
Last Updated: May 29, 2015     Views: 232

If you know the citation already, or want to browse the contents of a particular journal, use Search For Journals.

Type the name of the journal you are looking for into the search box and click search. If the library subscribes to the title it will come up in your search results. Note the dates of coverage in the database the journal is in and click on the name of the database. The database page for the journal will give you a way to browse to the volume and issue or search within the title to find the article you are looking for.

If you have a topic and need to begin to locate articles, use Search Our Databases

Type a search term into the box to do a broad search of all of our databases. Use the advanced search link  under the search box to refine your search. Your results will contain both full-text articles (with links to PDF full-text or HTML full-Text) or they will be citations which you can request via Interlibrary Loan.