Answered By: Nancy Schuler
Last Updated: Nov 10, 2021     Views: 2

The best way to search for specific journals is via our OneSearch platform, which will direct you to the database that houses the issue you need. To see if we have access to a specific journal, use the Journals tab on the Library homepage or within OneSearch. This will show you the databases and coverage dates provided for the journal. If the library does not have access to the issue you need, you can request it via Interlibrary Loan. 

journal tab screenshot

If you are want to search for articles within a specific journal, use the Advanced Search screen in OneSearch and build a query like so:

 

Once you see the results, you can select the article and see which databases have it and click through to see the full text. In some cases, we may not have access to the full run of a journal and we will have to request it via Interlibrary Loan (1-3 days). You should see a prompt to login to your ILL account to initiate the request. 

If you need help searching or finding the article you need, please ask a librarian for help.

 

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