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Library Research - Advanced: Journals by Title

A guide how to find newspapers, journals by title, and citation information.

Journals by Title

The following is how to determine if we have access to a specific journal.  In this example, we are trying to determine if the library has full text access to the Journal of Wine Economics.

1.  Go to the library's homepage and click on the Publication Finder link.

2.  Enter the name of the journal in the search box.  If the library has access to the full text of the journal either in print in the library or in electronic format, you will see the results. In this case, it is available in the ProQuest database.  But you should note that the full text of current articles in this journal will not be available for one year.  If you need a current article, you can still request it on Interlibrary Loan.  If you are looking for an older article, your next step is to click on the ProQuest link to access the journal.  See step 3 below.

3.  This is what you get once you click on ProQuest.  Now you can browse through journal issues or you can search for the article you want to read.

4.  If you get no results on your Publication Finder search or the year, you are looking for is not available in full text, you can always request the article you need using the library’s Interlibrary Loan Service.