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Find a Journal: Home

This guide will help you find full-text articles from a particular publication.



Where do I look?

The library subscribes to over 75 research databases. How do you know which one to search in order to find a particular article or a particular journal? This guide will help.

In this Guide

This guide is meant to help you with the step-by-step process of locating a full-text journal in a library database. It will be more helpful if you review the content of each page in order. Use the tabs along the top of this guide to locate the following information.

Examine the Citation

This page will help you locate the full-text of an article from a citation that you might find in a bibliography or get from your professor.

Use the Journals Tab

This page introduces the "Journals" tool, which allows you find out which library databases have full-text of a particular journal.

Use the Find It! Tool

The Find It! tool is the next step in the process. It acts as a bridge into the databases.

Search in the Database

On this page, you'll learn how to find the journal or article you're looking for in a database.

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