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How do I find a journal by title?

1809 views   |   Last updated on Aug 14, 2019    tutorials search catalog journals


  1. Go into the Hannon Library Search.
  2. Select "Title" from the first dropdown.
  3. Enter the journal title in the search box.
  4. Select material type "Journals."
  5. Hit search.
  6. If we have it, it should be listed with either "Online access" for online journals or "Available at" and the call number for physical/print journals.
  7. Click on the title to see what years are covered. "View it" displays options for reading the journal online. "Get it" displays any physical print issues we have.
  8. If the only listing you see says "Check holdings," then that means it's in our consortium, but we don't have access to it here. In that case you'll need to request your article via Interlibrary Loan. Normally there should be a direct link from Hannon Library Search called "Request an article PDF." It will take 1-7 business days and you will receive it electronically when it arrives.