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Unlike a book, a journal is published at regular intervals (e.g. yearly, quarterly, monthly or weekly). The articles published in a journal are known as journal articles. You may like to learn more about the difference between peer-reviewed journals and scholarly journals.
Test your skills. This game helps you learn the elements of a scholarly journal article.
How to find a journal
Go to the Library Website
Select Journal Title Search
Search for the journal title
Select Check for availability
Select the database with the appropriate year range
On the journal homepage, browse through issues or search within the journal
Find a known Journal
Select Journal Titles from the library homepage
Enter the whole Journal Title and click Search
Click Online Access
Check the date ranges of the databases to determine what the library has access to. If you are looking for an specific article check the date range against the original date of publication for the article
On the Journal homepage you can browse through issues or search the journal