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WorldCat Discovery: Journals/Articles

Learn how to find books, electronic resources, and other material using WorldCat Discovery

Finding Journals, Magazines, and Newspapers

To get into a specific journal, magazine, or newspaper:

1. You can search Worldcat for the journal title. Limit to HSLIC and Journal,magazine

2. You can search journal title in the Journal A to Z list

Please note that some journals, magazines, and newspapers have changed names over time. 

Find A Journal

1.  From the search box, click on E-Journals.  This will provide an alphabetical list of most of the electronic journal titles that HSLIC can access.

Main search box with and arrow pointing to E-journals link below it.

2.  Click on the Search tab and then type the title of your journal, magazine or newspaper then hit the Search button at the bottom of the screen.

If you type the words out of order, you won't find the journal.  Try changing your search from "starts with" to "match all words."

If you misspell a word, you won't find the journal.

E-Journals search page with and arrow pointing to the Search tab, which is the first tab of 2. The journals filter is also selected, it is the last filter option in a row of 4.

3.  Click on the title to be taken to the publisher page where you can access all articles within the date range that was summarized in "coverage" for this journal.

Journal search results page with arrow pointing to journal title link in the middle of the page under phrase "full text availability for this item:.

Find an Article

1.  From the search box, click on E-Journals.  

Main search box with an arrow pointing to E-journals link below it.

2. Click on the Search Tab and then search Articles.  You can enter the citation information in the boxes provided.  You must type in either the journal name or the ISSN.

E-journal with article tab selected. The Journal title and Identifier or ISSN input fields are highlighted for their necessity.