Answered By: Darren Chase
Last Updated: May 27, 2016     Views: 43

On the library homepage, click on the eJOURNALS & eBOOKS link.  Type in the name of the journal that has the article.  If we have the journal, it will come up in the results - click on the journal title.

Within the catalog record, it will show you what years we have, and in what format - print, microfilm, etc.

For example, if you're looking for an article from the New Yorker, the catalog record looks like this:

You'll see that: 1) 1925-1969 is available on Microfilm A214 in the Microforms Library.

2) 1949-June 2012 is available in print at call number AP2.N6763 - OVERSIZE X in the Main Stacks.

3) Current issues are located in the second floor library core accessible through the North Reading Room.

4) Online holdings can be found by clicking on the Web Link.

If we don't have the journal, you can request the article through Interlibrary Loan (see link below).

If you are looking for the hard copy of an article in the Health Sciences Library (see link below), go to their homepage and click on HSL CATALOG, then do a TITLE search for the name of the journal.

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