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EDIT 8990: Doctoral Seminar: Journals

Direct links to specific journals online

Finding Specific Journals

To find our subscriptions to specific journals, click on the Journals tab in the center box on the Libraries Homepage.

Type in the full name of the journal.  If you leave out any words your journal will not show up in the search!  Be precise!

 

 

A new window will open with links to where you can find the journals in our subscription databases.  Make you look at the date ranges underneath each link.

Click on the link which contains the journal and the dates you need.

If we don't have access to a journal online you can click on the Print links to search our catalog. 

 

 

Finding the Keywords/Subjects/Topics for an article

To find the author supplied keywords and database assigned subject headings/descriptors for a particular article (for the Topics tab in the spreadsheet), go to the Libraries homepage and type in the title of the article you want to find.

 

 

Click on the link article link.

Look for the terms "keywords" or "subject headings" or "descriptors."  Different databases will call them different things, but they are all pretty much the same:  words which describe topic of the article. 

 

Your Librarian

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Elizabeth White
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