Answered By: Jennifer Harris
Last Updated: Nov 29, 2018     Views: 837

You can find a journal by using the Periodical Finder.

  1. Go to the library's homepage
  2. Click on "Find Books, Articles, & More"
  3. Select "Periodical Finder" from the drop down menu

    Screenshot of where to find the Periodical Finder on the library's website

  4. Enter the title, subject, or ISSN/ISBN in the search box an press search

    Screenshot of an example search in the periodical finder

  5. Your results will appear

    Screenshot of the search results for example search

  6. You will see a list of databases that have the journal.  Be sure to look carefully at the dates before selecting a database.  In this example, Computing Database only has coverage until October 31, 2001.  If you want more recent coverage, your best bet would be Business Source Ultimate.
  7. Once you are in the database, you can browse issues by date or search for a particular keyword or article.

You can also find a journal by using the Online Library Catalog to search by ISSN or Journal Title. Check out the video below for more information.


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