Answered By: Library Circulation Last Updated: Apr 25, 2017 Views: 10
The library subscribes to thousands of journals and titles are continually being added and deleted. Having a complete list would be difficult to manage. Instead, the library has search engines that will help you determine if the library has a print or digital copy of the journal.
The first method is to use the library catalog. On the catalog page, click on the green "Journal Title Search" button located at the bottom of the search box. The default search filter is by Title. Enter appropriate keywords associated with a title, then click on the "Submit" button. You may also change the filter to Keyword or Subject to obtain a wider range of search results. Browse the search results or refine the search parameters.
The second method of searching for journals is to use the "eJournals" search engine. This tool searches for journals by title (complete, partial, or keyword) or by subject. To access this engine, click on the "See all research tools" button located in the "FIND" band of the main library webpage. Locate the "eJournals" button and click on that. Enter words that correspond to the title or a word of the title. To search by subject, choose one of the listings from the drop-down menu. Browse the search results for available journals.
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