Answered By: Sandy Hudock Last Updated: May 23, 2016 Views: 7
Use Journal Finder by clicking here to see all of the journals the library subscribes to. Many will be available electronically in databases. If you're off campus, when you link to the database, you'll be required to log in using your campus eaccount. Print copy holdings are linked to the catalog record, and these are available on the 3rd floor. Some journals have embargo periods in the databases, so you may not have access to the most current issues. In this case, you'll need to request articles using Interlibrary Loan. If you're beginning your research, Journal Finder is NOT a good place to start. You're better off beginning in a database, since you'll get broader results and have better searching capability from the start. Library databases are listed here.