Answered By: Margaret McGuire Last Updated: Oct 25, 2021 Views: 5
To find scholarly journals online, visit our library's website and under the section "Find," click on the link that says:
You'll find a search bar as well as a list of subject genres that you can browse for relevant journals in that field.
To search for a specific journal, copy/paste or type the journal's title into the search bar and click "Search." A list of results will appear, arranged by relevance. You may need to review the results carefully, as sometimes journals have similar names.
By clicking on the hyperlinked title, you can look at the journal's library record and see our access options. It will state what we have full access to, what publication date range, and how to access the material. You can also use the search bar to look for key terms within the journal's articles.
If we do not have access to a journal, you can always put in a request through Interlibrary Loan. Follow the link below to learn more about this service.
OR you can: