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How do I find a journal by title in LibrarySearch?

You can enter the journal title in double quotes into the LibrarySearch search box on the homepage.

Journal search

There is also a journal search function, visible from the LibrarySearch interface. 

To get to the LibrarySearch interface from the UTL homepage, click on the Advanced Search link under the search box. 

  • Ignore the advanced search box, and click on the JOURNALS link on the top navigation bar
  • This brings up the journal search box where you can enter the journal title
  • Search results will include both the electronic and the paper version of the journal if we have both
  • For electronic journals, you will be able to browse through different years, volumes, and issues of a journal
  • If you sign in, you will be able to get to full-text online content if we have it

screen capture showing a search by title for 'chronicle of higher education'

Other ways

You can also find journals by searching as you would for books, that is, by choosing to search the CATALOGUE, or EVERYTHING.

For more information on using all the many features and functions of LibrarySearch, have a look at this guide on using the new system.

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