Find Journals/Articles by Title
The J.W. England Library maintains both print and electronic subscriptions
to many journals. The best way to determine if we subscribe
to a specific journal (and to look up articles within it) is to search Our Journal List/e-Book List. Here is how to proceed:
- Make sure the Journals tab is selected (blue) before you search, to ensure you are searching journals and not e-books.
- Enter all or part of the journal title in the Quick Search box, and
click Search. Make sure you enter a journal title and not
an article title.
- Titles matching your search will be displayed. Note the Online Coverage column which shows the date range of full text online holdings for each title.
- Look for the journal title you need and note whether the title
is available through full text (online) access and/or if the library has
print holdings. This will be indicated if there is a checkbox
under the appropriate column.
- Online Journals - To see a journal that is
available online, click on its checkmark under Full Text
Access. The link should take you directly to the online journal within a database or collection. Once inside, you can navigate to your article. If you are off-campus, you
will need a valid username and password to view most online articles.
Some online articles are not available from off-campus
due to vendor or technical barriers.
- Print Holdings - To see which volumes of a
journal the library holds, click on the checkmark under
Print Holdings. The link will take you to the journal's entry
in the Library Catalog (cataLyst). Sometimes instead of a single entry,
a results list will appear. Choose your journal from the results
list. Scroll down through the entry to find the location of the
journal and the library's holdings. Most bound and unbound journals
are on the library's second floor.
(View tutorials including "Basic Searching", "More on Using the Search Button" and more.)
What if the Library Doesn't Have a Journal?
- If you need an article from a journal that we do not subscribe
to, you can request the article via ILLiad, our free interlibrary loan service.
Learn more about ILLiad and other interlibrary
loan options here.
- If you need the article right away, you may be able to visit another library and access it there. There are many other libraries in the city, several of which are located close to USciences. Learn more about using other libraries.
Page last updated: 11/19/2014