Searching for a Particular Journal? Try These Steps!

Wondering if the Library provides access to a particular journal, but not sure where to look? From the Library’s homepage, go to the e-Journal’s link under the Find Articles heading, and search for a journal name there. If the journal you want to access is listed in the results, click on the Find it! button next to the journal name, and browse the databases that house the journal (note the date coverage, also, under the database name). Click on the Go button to get to a browsable, or searchable, list of volumes and issues within the journal.
Many online journals allow you to set up e-mail alerts that describe and link to newly published issues. If you would be interested in setting up such alerts, let the Library staff know – they would be happy to walk you through the steps.

— Contributed by Sara Franks of Drexel Library

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