Answered By: Reference Service
Last Updated: Jun 09, 2016     Views: 59

We do NOT maintain a physical or digital list of the journals in the current journals section of the library. You can, however, see if we have a current subscription to a particular journal. Many of our journals may be found by searching our Electronic Journals A-Z list . Here, all of our current online journals are alphabetically arranged for browsing.

In the main text box on the Libraries' home page, you can type ti: in front of the title of the journal you are looking for and hit the return button. For example: ti:Shakespeare Quarterly In the ADVANCED search page of Search It, you can select Title from the drop-down menu to the left of the text box and then type the name of the journal into the text box. Then you can select Journals from the Material Type drop-down menu to the right, and click on Go. Also from this Advanced search page of Search It, you can use the ISSN Search if you know the International Standard Serial Number. This is an 8 digit number (####-####) sometimes given in online references along with journal title. On the left side of the keyword search box, select ISSN from the dropdown menu.