This page is designed to show how to search for specific (or known) journals within the library collection. Looking for a specific journal title? You can do so through some of the below methods. If you want general information on how to best search the library collection based on topic, we recommend starting with our How to Search the Library Collections guide:
Find a specific journal by title using the Search and Request tab and select Find a Journal.
Click through to access the journal, and select the year, volume, and issue from your citation.
Review the articles in the individual journal to find the one needed OR search for your title or relevant keywords, using the "search within this publication" field.
Here's an example from a ProQuest database; other databases may look slightly different, but will function in a similar way.
You can find a short video of this process below.
1. Select the "Publications" tab
2. Search by Journal title or browse using the filters on the left hand side.
1. 2. Search by journal title or browse using the options below the search bar.
1. Select "Find a Journal"
2. Browse by journal alphabetically or search by journal title
(See step 2 in Find Journal Within a Database)
1. Select the "Subjects" tab.
2. Browse by subject or search by keyword.
1. From the database homepage, scroll down to the "Browse by subject" section.
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