Answered By: Sharon Mazure
Last Updated: Jul 24, 2015     Views: 147

From the Library homepage, click the Journals tab underneath the large photograph. On this tab, you'll see a box where you can submit the journal, magazine or newspaper title.

When you submit this title, the next page will list the Library's holdings - titles and years covered. Check out the titles (sometimes, similar titles are also shown) and dates, and choose what fits your research. Click on the links to view the online journal, magazine or newspaper.

If you do not see the title you are interested in, but you know you need a specific article from that particular journal, you can request it via Interlibrary Loan. Or, you can Ask Us for help.

If you are researching a topic and want to use Summon to search a particular journal, you can do that using the Advanced Search. You'll see a place to enter the journal or publication name ("From this publication"), plus options to limit the search by date, keywords, etc. If you only want articles in the results, choose content type "Journal Article."

If you want to search for the journal without any other limiters, enter the journal or publication name and choose the content type "Journal/eJournal."

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