Answered By: Mary Fairbairn
Last Updated: Jul 13, 2017     Views: 18

Two methods:

  1. Select a database relevant to your subject/discipline. From the library's home page, under SEARCH ANYTHING, you can click DATABASES then select a subject from the drop down. Once you're in the database search form, look for a field or box labeled "Journal Title" or "Source." Enter the name of the journal in which you would like to search in that box. Then add your topic to the keywords or subject field. 
  2. Select eJOURNALS in the SEARCH ANYTHING area. Type in the title of your journal and search. If it comes up, check to see whether it has a box saying "Search Within Publication." If so, enter your keywords there. Note that this list only gives you the databases that have the full text of that journal. If your journal doesn't show up here, we probably still have a database that indexes it. Go back to method one. 

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