Answered By: Woodruff Library Reference
Last Updated: May 31, 2019     Views: 553

Search the journal title in eJournals.

If you find your journal, click on the link to bring up a menu of options for accessing it electronically. Choose the option based on the year of the issue you need as shown in the image below.


If the journal is not available electronically search the library catalog discoverE for the title to see if we have it in print. Once you find the record for the journal, click the "Physical Resource" tab to see what issues we have.

Physical resource tab for Journal record in discoverE

If the journal issue you need is in the Library Service Center (LSC), you can sign in to your library account and request the issue/volume OR a particular article.

Thanks go to the Portland State University Library for sharing their Library DIY idea with us!

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