Q. How do I find a specific journal?

Answer

Click on Find Full-Text Online Journals on the Library's home page. 

Enter the journal name, and click SEARCH.

In the results, check if the date and issue you need is included in the full text coverage (all dates may not be available).

Click on the database that has the necessary year. Then select the year and issue, or search by author and article title within that periodical.

If the results do not include the years you need, you can check the Library Catalog, doing a search by name of the journal, to see if we have any print holdings for the journal in question.

Should Barry University not have access to the journal in any form, you may order the article you need by way of Interlibrary Loan.

  • Last Updated Apr 22, 2018
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  • Answered By Merlene Nembhard

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