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How do I find education (or any subject) journals?

Last Updated: Jan 18, 2010  |  13 Views

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You can find any journal broken down by broad subject area if you visit Journal Holdings by Subject tab on the Journal Holdings A to Z lists (link also found on the library home page).

Unfortunately this is not a perfect system because the subject is assigned by the classification number given, so multidisciplinary journals may be classified under another subject.  However, those would be few, so these lists should give you a nearly comprehensive list.

You can also find journal titles that have been cataloged listed in the "Have You Read" (upper right had corner of screen under LIBRARY INFO) link on TigerCat.  In some cases journals may appear in more than one subject category so in some ways this would be more accurate that the other list, except for the fact that not all journal titles have catalog records, although the most used titles appear here.

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