Answered By: Amy Krug
Last Updated: Jun 03, 2015     Views: 26

If you have the name of a journal/magazine and need to see if the library has access to the journal/magazine in a library database:

  1. Go to the Library home page page (link below)
  2. Click the Journals A-Z link
  3. Type the name of the journal or magazine you need
  4. Look at the results to find which databases contain the full articles from a specific magazine/journal - look at the coverage dates too
    • if there is nothing that matches the journal/magazine and the date you need, then the article is not available in the library's databases
  5. Pick a database which meets your needs
  6. Browse by date or search within the journal/magazine - this may vary depending on the database you select

If you have a citation for a specific magazine/journal article and need to see if the library has a copy of the article in a library database:

  1. Go to the Library home page (link below)
  2. Click the Citation Linker link
  3. Type the citation information into the appropriate search boxes
  4. Look at the results to find which databases contains the full article
    • if there is nothing that matches your search, then the article is not available in the library's databases
  5. Pick a database which meets your needs

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