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How do I find out if the library has a particular journal title?

Example: "Do you carry the journal, Foreign Affairs?"
Last Updated: Sep 18, 2014  |  17 Views

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The easiest way to find out if we have specific journal titles is to go to the Jarrett Library Home Page.  Look under the heading FIND IT and click the link to Journal Holdings A to Z.  From here you can either search or browse - we recommend searching because there are over 22,000 journal titles plus reports, ebooks, and a wide variety of other types of sources available on our databases.

When searching, you can search for a specific title or browse by discipline. If you know the title of the journal, we recommend that you surround the title with quotation marks in the search box. Ex: "Journal of Educational Psychology." If you don't know the exact title, try searching without the quotation marks to find titles by keyword.

If you aren't looking for a certain journal, but are looking for journal articles for your research, try searching our Tiger Prowl Discovery Search on the library homepage.

If you have any other questions please feel free to contact the library for more assistance!

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