Answered By: Lynn VanLeer Last Updated: Jun 07, 2017 Views: 4938
The Journals page on the Library website allows you to search for an individual journal by title.
Here are the steps for locating a journal in the Walden Library:
1. Click the Search & Find tab on the Library homepage.
2. Click the link to Journals in the left column.
3. In the Find a Journal by Title box, type the journal name and click Search. For example:
4. On the results page you see a list of journal names with links to the database(s) that have the journal in full text. Each entry will also tell you the date range for which full text is available.
Tip: Some journals have delays on access, imposed by the publisher. Pay attention to the coverage years.
5. Click the database name to access the journal's content within the database.
6. Select a specific issue to browse, or search within all issues of the journal.
7. If you are trying to locate a specific article using the citation information, learn the best way to find an exact article in the Library.
You can watch a search for a journal.
Video: Find a journal by title and check subscription coverage years
(2 min 13 sec) Transcript
- How do I find an exact article in the Library?
- How do I search inside a journal?
- How do I find journals related to my topic or field?
- How do I find scholarly, peer-reviewed journal articles?
Do you have other questions about journals? Ask a Librarian!