Q. How do I find out if you have a particular journal or journal article?
Answered By: Alan Zuckerman Last Updated: Aug 17, 2017 Views: 454
Answered By: Alan Zuckerman
Last Updated: Aug 17, 2017 Views: 454
To find a journal TITLE:
Look up the title in the library catalog -- click the search box onthe library home page and put your words in the TITLE line Or, use Find It: library home page --> More search tools (on the left) -->Find It (on the right), and enter the information that you have
To find a journal ARTICLE:
- Use that same Find It page and enter the information that you have
You can also try using Google Scholar -- onthe library home page , click on Articles and Databases (on the left), then click the tab labeled "Google Scholar" and do your search. You will see FINDIT@JHU links in your search results that will take you to the full text of the article, if we have it.