Answered By: Elyse Wolf
Last Updated: Apr 07, 2020     Views: 15

The Shapiro Library has several tools you can use to identify a list of journals that publish in a given field of study.

Periodical Finder

You can use the Periodical Finder to find journals that the library currently subscribes to. You can find the Periodical Finder on the “Find Articles, eBooks, & More” menu on the library home page. You can do a keyword search or browse journals by discipline, and there are a few limiter options available to refine your results by subject or publisher.

For more information about the Periodical Finder and a video tutorial on how to use it, see: About the Periodical Finder.

UlrichsWeb: Global Serials Directory

Ulrichsweb This link opens in a new window is a searchable database of more than 300,000 periodicals in more than 900 subject areas. It provides detailed information about each periodical, including serial type, format, content type, publishers, librarian reviews, and more.

You can find Ulrichsweb on the A-Z Database List link on the library home page.

Cabells Scholarly Analytics

Cabells Scholarly Analytics This link opens in a new window is a directory of publishing opportunities in fields of study like economics, management, marketing, psychology, and more. You can do a keyword search for title or discipline, or browse journals by title. Cabell’s extensive search filters allow you to refine your search by factors such as acceptance rate, country of origin, metrics reports, and more. The Shapiro Library subscribes to the Whitelist, which is a curated selection of journals that meet a strict set of criteria in areas of quality and credibility.

You can find Cabells on the A-Z Database List link on the library home page.


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