Whether you are a freshman or a doctoral student, you will eventually need to access journals/articles for your research. We have you covered!
Articles come from journals, and journals come either in print or in an online database. We maintain print subscriptions to some key journals that are either not in a database or the database only allows access to older issues. If you find an article in a journal to which we have a current print subscription, email us at email@example.com with detailed information about the article and a librarian can help retrieve the volume from library storage.
To access journal articles online, first decide which starting point below is best for you. Using that starting point, you should be on your way to successfully accessing online journals!
Wondering if the library has access to the full text of an article? Follow these steps when searching databases:
In instances where you have found a citation for a journal article, but you cannot determine its full-text status, try searching for the journal using the Journal A-Z List.