Answered By: Aimee Gee Last Updated: Apr 27, 2016 Views: 30
Answered By: Aimee Gee
Last Updated: Apr 27, 2016 Views: 30
To search for a publication by title:
- In the tabbed search box on the library home page, click on the fourth tab: "Journals by Title."
- In the search box, enter the title of the magazine, journal, or newspaper you're looking for. If the library subscribes to the publication, you will see the dates of the library's subscription coverage.
- If the library subscribes to the publication in electronic format, you will see the name of the database in which you can find the full text of the articles. Click on the name of the database for access to the articles in the journal or magazine.
- If the library subscribes to the title in print or microform, you will see a link indicating the format and/or location of the publication. Click on the link for a map indicating where in the library you can find the item you're looking for.
If you do not get any results when you search for the name of the publication, the library does not subscribe to the title you're looking for. However, you may order articles through interlibrary loan.