- journal title
- go to Refine my results to limit the search to Journals only
Tips for locating journals
- where available, Library Search will provide both the print and online holdings for that journal
- if an article is available online, there will be a link to the online journal
- if the Library only holds the print version, check to see if we hold the volume and issue you need
- to locate the print journal on Library shelves, note down the item number and location
How do I find other journal articles relevant to my topic?
Find a database that is relevant to your subject area
Databases index articles published in journals, magazines, newspapers, conference proceedings, and other sources. There are specialised databases for various subject areas.
Subject Guides provide a starting point, suggesting a range of databases and other resources in your subject area.
Locate the full text of a journal article
Some databases have links to the full text of articles, while others provide the citation and abstract only.
Where available click on the full text link, otherwise click on the SFX button that points you to where you can find
the full text.
Tips & Guides
Use the following videos from the ELISE tutorial to learn more about searching for journals:
- interpret a journal article citation
- use alternative subject terms
- develop database search strategies
- learn how to connect to full text
Having problems accessing e-journals?
- check access requirements for your computer