Answered By: Erica Nicol
Last Updated: Nov 03, 2015     Views: 185

You can do this in a couple of ways. 

Most of our periodicals are also now available online. Check our list of electronic journals.

In the text box on the Libraries' home page, you can type the title of the journal you are looking for in quotation marks and hit the Enter key.  For example: "Shakespeare Quarterly." This search will often work.

All periodicals can be found by using the Search IT Advanced Search. Select in the title from the drop-down menu on the left, then select is (exact) from the next drop-down menu and type the name of the journal into the text box.  At the Material Type drop-down menu select Journals, at the Search Scope drop-down menu select WSU Pullman and click Search.

Current print issues of periodicals are kept in a current journal area in each library. When enough issues are received of a particular title, they are bound like books and moved to the stack areas, and arranged under the call number system (Library of Congress) used for regular books.

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