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Find a specific magazine, journal, newspaper, or article

Whether you are looking for a specific article online or in print, it is important that you have as much of the citation information as possible, which includes:

Example of citation: Journal of the American Medical Association, Vol. 294(1) 2004, p. 16-45.

Find a Specific Online Article

Search Specific Journal/Magazine/Newspaper Titles

  1. Go to the Online Journals and Databases page, available under Quick Links on the library's home page.
  2. On the Online Journals and Databases page, type in the title of the journal that you need and click the red Go button.

Browse lists of Journal/Magazine/Newspaper Titles by subject

If this does not bring up the journal that you need, you can also Browse Journals or Newspapers Alphabetically at the Online Journals and Databases page.

  1. Go to the Online Journals and Databases page, available under Quick Links on the library's home page.
  2. Click on the Subject tab above the list of letters above the search box.
  3. Select the best match from the subject headings scroll menu and click it. A list of subcategories will pop up; select a relevant subcategory and click the red Go button.
  4. To view electronic journals from multiple subject areas concurrently, press the Ctrl key on your keyboard, then select other subcategories, and then click the red Go button.

If you can't find the e-journal you need, please keep in mind that some journals are only available in print, and not online. If you need help, Ask A Librarian.

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Find a Specific Print Article

Print Journals

  1. Enter the Vu-Find Online Library Catalog.
  2. Enter the title of the magazine, journal, or newspaper in the search box.(New York Times, Journal of the American Medical Association, etc.)
  3. Select "Title" from the drop-down menu next to the search box.
  4. Click the Find button.
  5. From the results list, click on the magazine, journal or newspaper title.
  6. Note the following information in the bottom section of the results screen: Location, Call Number, and Library Has (Volumes).

If the above search is not successful try the following:

  1. Select the  Advanced Search option.
  2. Enter known words from the title of the magazine, journal, or newspaper in the search box.
  3. Select "Keywords" from the drop-down menu next to the search box. 
  4. Scroll down and click on the box above the "Journal / Magazine" icon.
  5. Click the Find button .
  6. From the results list, click on the magazine, journal, or newspaper title.
  7. Note the following information in the bottom section of the results screen: Location, Call Number, and Library Has (Volumes).

If you need help, Ask A Librarian.

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