Q. Where are the journals in my field?


There are a few ways to get journal titles for any given field (Education, Nursing, Mass Communications, etc.). First, you can go to the library main page and click on Power Search. Once you get to the Power Search page, under the subjectsearch type in the word periodicals. Then, in the word or phrase search box, type in your discipline: educationnursing, or mass communications for example. This search would give you all online and print journals in any field. You can also use the Location limiter, selecting the location called serials stacks, to get a list of all the journals we have in print, in the Serials Department. You can also go to the library’s main page, and on the left hand side, click on Journal Holdings / A-Z. Once you get to the A-Z database, look for the tab that says Subjects. Your discipline may be one of the subject areas categorized by the A-Z database. Hey, it’s worth a shot.

  • Last Updated Nov 28, 2018
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  • Answered By William Charron

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