Looking for a Journal
Searching for online articles using library digital resources.
You can look for journals in the Library collection using a variety of tools: (if you are off campus you will be prompted to enter your Library account information)
The Journals and Ebooks Locator
- Open the Journals and Ebooks Locator by clicking the Journals & Ebooks button on the homepage.
- Search the Journals and Ebooks Locator by title of journal, magazine, newspaper, or ebook. The results of a search will display the available titles. The issues available will be listed for any print materials and digital resource collections that contain this publication.
- Choose from the list of digital resources and print collections that provide access to the publication. Take note of the years covered by each collection.
- For digital resource collections, choose the year and issue that you need.
- For print collections at the Library, you can retrieve the item from the shelf. Journals and magazines are shelved alphabetically by title.
Digital Resource Collections
- Open a list of digital resource collections. For future reference, the links to these lists are located in the right sidebar of the page, under Library Resources. Digital resource collections are organized in the following ways:
- Choose a digital resource collection.
- Search for a publication within the collection.
- For collections from EBSCO, select Journals and Ebooks Locator from the green menu at the top of the page. Search for a specific publication, or browse the list of publications by discipline. Watch the video: Searching For a Journal in an EBSCO Collection.
- For collections from Gale, select Publication Search below the search bar. Search for a specific publication, or browse the alphabetical list of publications.Watch the video: Searching For a Journal in a Gale Collection
- For collections from Proquest, select Publications from the grey menu at the top of the page. Search for a specific publication, or browse the alphabetical list of publications.Watch the video: Searching For a Journal in a ProQuest Collection