Unfortunately, not all databases or online searches will lead to full-text articles, but there is always a chance that we have a print copy of the journal. In order to check whether the library has copies of the journal, check the online catalog:
- You can either search by “Journal title keywords” or “Title begins with…” from the library homepage search box
- Be sure to type the name of the journal in the search box (not the article title)
We also maintain a handy guide of helpful tips and instructions for finding journals. If you’ve ever been confused about journal abbreviations or how to find journals on your topic – it’s a great place to look!
Written by Kathi Matsura
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