Answered By: Jeffrey Orrico
Last Updated: Feb 01, 2017     Views: 5

When you find a journal you need using the "Library Catalog" search tab or the "Journals by Title" search tab, look closely at the dates covered in our holdings, both online and in print/microform.  The issue you need may be in one and not the other.

If the date you need is in one of our database electronic subscriptions, click on the link to that database. This will open the electronic edition of the journal, and you can search or scroll through to the specific date/issue you need.

If the date you need is in print format (paper or microform), local students should come to the library.  Those editions can be used here.  If you are a distance-learning student, contact a reference librarian to see what options are available to you.

For some journals, there are multiple formats available.

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