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Answered By: Kate Anderson, Business Librarian
Last Updated: May 14, 2018     Views: 107

The easiest way to find a specific journal in our library databases is to use the A to Z Publications Locator.

1. Once in the A to Z Publications Locator, enter the title of the journal (National Tax Journal) in the search box and click Search.

Search for National Tax Journal in A-Z Publications

2. Options will appear for specific years of the journal. Choose the most relevant option. In this case, the first option is the best choice since the coverage is greater (no specific years are designated). Click on the Full Text Access link.

Selecting the National Tax Journal collection with fewer date limitations

3. After clicking on the Full Text link, options for specific databases where the journal is available will appear. Again, select the most relevant option. Often, you will want to choose the database that has the fullest length of coverage to present. Note: Sometimes the coverage is the same from database to database; in such cases, choose the database provider you prefer (the one you're most comfortable using).

Selecting Business Source Premier from list of databases containing National Tax Journal

4. Click Search within this publication to search ALL years of the publication for your topic, or select the specific year if you are aware of the year you wish to search.

Search within this publication option is highlighted in red, along with years of publication