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Search for a Specific Journal Title
Step by Step
Use the Library's General Search to find if the Library has access to a specific journal title.
General Search will locate journals both online and in print.
From the Library's General Search, type the journal title and choose Library Catalog from the drop-down to the right of the search box. This will help focus your search.
The record will indicate if the journal is available
- Online (View Online), in Print (Find on Shelf), or both;
- date coverage;
- location and/or link for online access
Tip: Articles from print journals we own can be scanned and sent to you in PDF, saving you a trip to the Library. See Interlibrary Services Scan on Demand
Online Only Journals
To find journals with online access, you can use the E-Journal Search [https://lib.uconn.edu/find/ejournals]
Browzine provides the ability to browse, read, and monitor scholarly eJournals. UConn's eJournals are arranged in broad subjects, and then into narrower disciplines. Save and organize eJournals on virtual bookshelves.
A searchable index of all our online journals. Type the journal title in the search box or browse by alphabetic order.