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Answered By: Lorraine Falconer
Last Updated: Feb 02, 2017     Views: 20

  • Journal search finds titles that start with the words that you type in.
  • It's especially useful when looking for a one-word journal title, such as Nature or Science, or a short title that includes very common words .
  • It's limited to our electronic, print and microform holdings of journals, magazines, regular reports such as government and company reports, and newspapers.
  • Use the Limit to collection dropdown to limit your results to electronic only, if that's what you want.

Search tip: Do not use an article as the first word of your search.

eg, type "New York Times" not "The New York Times", "Monde", not "Le Monde"

 

We also have Browzine, and the ejournals portal, for ejournals only. Find these on our databases home page