Answered By: Dean Riley
Last Updated: Oct 27, 2015     Views: 47

You can find journal articles several ways.

  • via HBU OneSearch, which search both the library catalog and all journal databases simultaneously.
  • via subject-specific LibGuides. Many of the subject-specific LibGuides include sections with links to relevant databases.
  • via the Finding Articles with Databases LibGuide.
  • via the A to Z Publication Finder. Insert the title of a specific journal first to see which database, if any, have it. Look around on the journal's page as most of them will allow you to specifically search that journal. Of course, you can browse the available issues if you have a specific citation.

Don't forget to check citations from footnotes and endnotes with the AtoZ journal title search.