Answered By: Darren Chase Last Updated: Feb 20, 2017 Views: 118
Stony Brook University Libraries have paid subscriptions to many but not all journals from SAGE Publications. Some additional SAGE journals are available as part of different database packages. (We pay X number of dollars for a "package" of many journals, but the database company can drop a specific title at any time.)
To see if we have a specific SAGE Journal, click on eJournal titles in the Search box on the library homepage and then type the title of the journal into the Find box on the next page and click on Search. This will show you which database(s) have that title and for which years.
You can also search the SAGE Journals database, but you will only get access to SAGE titles for which we have a paid subscription, not those included in other database packages.
You can see a list of all journals published by SAGE by TITLE or DISCIPLINE. On either of those two pages, you can also select "SAGE Journals Available to Me," that shows you the journals for which SBU Libraries have a paid subscription.
For example, the libraries do not have a paid subscription to Child language teaching and therapy (0265-6590), but the journal is available to you through the database CINAHL Plus with Full Text from 1998 to present.