How do I search for articles from specific journals?


To search for articles from one journal, you should search for the journal's title in the library catalog first. If you don't find any results, it's worth searching a second time here:

If you want to search from more than one journal, you should use an advanced search in the library catalog, available here:

Change the first box (Search Index) to Journal Source, highlighted in yellow above.

Enter the titles of the journals you wish to search in the second box (Search Term), highlighted in green in the image above. You must enclose each title in quotation marks and enter OR between each journal title. Be sure to capitalize OR. It does not matter whether you capitalize the words in the journal title.

If you will be searching within a specific list of journals again, sign in to your account in the upper right corner of the screen:

Then click Save Search on the upper left side of the screen:

In order to use the search again, after logging in, click Saved Searches, then click the name of the search you saved to run it again. After it runs, click Advanced Search to modify the search in order to search for keywords, authors, titles, and more within this list of journals.

This example shows what a saved search will look like with the second row, highlighted in blue, changed to Keyword:


  • Last Updated Jan 24, 2023
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  • Answered By Beth Daniel Lindsay

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