How can I find a specific journal? I know the title and I want to browse and search the issues.

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To find a specific journal in the online library, use the A-Z Publications Locator.

You can also access it by clicking on A-Z Publications Locator in the Discovery database (search box on the library homepage).

 

 

Start by entering in the title of the journal you are looking for or keywords to browse journals on that topic.

 

 

Click on the "Full Text Access" link located underneath the journal you would like to view.  The list that appears shows which databases provide access to that journal.  Some databases provide limited access, while others provide current access.  Find a database that provides current access and click on the link.

 

 

The following screen gives you details about the journal.  You can either search within this specific journal by entering a keyword into the search box, or you can browse the issues by clicking on the year of interest.

 

  • Last Updated Feb 06, 2024
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