Answered By: Kathleen Cobcroft
Last Updated: 30 May 2017     Views: 24

You can find a complete list of all of the journals you can access from UC Library in the Library Catalogue or the Journals, Newspapers A-Z list.

Steps:

Find the exact name of the journal (NOT the name of the article which was published in the journal) or the ISSN code for the journal

1. Search by TITLE or ISSN in the Library's A-Z list of Journals and Newspapers

  • Enter the beginning of the journal title, or the exact ISSN code
  • Browse the list of matching journals (if none appear, check your spelling). Check if the date range listed matches the date you need
  • Click on a link to access the journal online, or to find the journal in print at the Library

2. Search by TITLE or ISSN in the Library Catalogue

  • Choose to search by Title or ISBN/ISSN
  • Enter the beginning of the title, or the exact ISSN code
  • Browse through the possible matches (if none appear, check your spelling)
  • Click on the record for your journal to see more information. This may include the call number to locate the journal on the Library shelf, date range, or a list of links and date ranges for an online journal.

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