Answered By: Chris Pollette Last Updated: Feb 20, 2015 Views: 136
If you've got the citation information for a specific article, it's easy to get started on the Emory eJournals site. Enter the JOURNAL title in the search box and hit the return key or select the Search button with your mouse. Depending on the journal title, you may want to click the EXACT title button before submitting your request, to cut down on the number of answers. An example of this is the journal Science, a word which appears in many journal titles!
You can also use the library's search tool, discoverE, to find journal titles.
Emory subscribes to many journals in electronic form, and has others in print. If the journal is available electronically, you will see a tab in discoverE called "Online Resource". Click the link on the Online Resource tab to find the journal in Emory's databases. Click the "Locations/Call Number" tab to see what volumes of the journal are available in print (as in the picture below).
If you don't already have a citation, you can use the Emory Databases to search for peer-reviewed journal articles.
Remember, if you identify materials that you'd like to use, but we don't have in the Emory collections, you can request them via Interlibrary Loan.