Answered By: Brendan Plann-Curley
Last Updated: Nov 01, 2016     Views: 26

For articles from a specific journal, go to the library homepage and click on the Journal Title tab. Type in the name of the journal in which you wish to find articles.

 

A page will pop up showing whether or not the library has access to the journal. If the library has access to the journal, you will see a list of databases and the range of dates in which articles from the journal are available. If the library has the journal in print, that will be indicated as well.

 

 

For print holdings, you will have to come to the library. For journals that are database accessible, click on the name of the database and you will be able to search within the publication by keyword, author, subject, etc., or else browse a specific issue.

 

 

If you search for a journal that the library does not have access to, you will get a message saying your search returned no results, in which case you will have to use interlibrary loan to request articles from that publication.

 

Reviewed and updated 11/2016

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