Answered By: Elizabeth Galoozis
Last Updated: Nov 06, 2015     Views: 30

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Transcript of video: "If you have a citation from a syllabus or bibliography, or you want to see all the articles from a specific publication, you can check if the libraries have articles from a specific journal, magazine, or newspaper. To do this, click on “Journals” underneath the search box on the libraries’ website. You can use this drop-down menu to get more specific about what you’re searching for - the default is to search for journal or magazine titles that contain all the words you’re looking for. Scroll down until you see the title you’re looking for. Choose a database based on what years you’re interested in. What you see when you click will depend on the database, but usually you’ll come to a page that will allow you either to search within this publication - for example, for an author or article title - or to navigate to a specific issue or date. If you need more help, please ask a librarian."

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