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Finding if the Library has a Journal Title: Home

Finding journal titles online or in print; finding online only journals

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.

primo search box with library catalog highlighted in red

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

journal record with online and print access highli

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 []

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.

Check out our Find Information guide in Research Now! for more help with

  • Using Google Scholar
    Google Scholar is a great tool for resolving full citations from partial information, as well as identifying journal titles connected with subjects of interest
  • Searching for Articles.
    The why/where/how of using and searching for articles.

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