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How do I know which database has the specific journal or article I need?

Last Updated: Oct 04, 2013  |  18 Views
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If you do not have a specific journal or article in mind, use the Databases link on the Library Homepage to browse databases by subject.

To find a specific journal use the Find a Journal link on the Library Homepage. Type in the name of the journal and click search. The results list will display a list of date ranges of the journal coverage with the corresponding databases next to it. The database link takes you directly to the publication page for the journal. You can search within the journal or choose to browse the articles appearing in a specific issue.

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