Answered By: Jennifer Walz Last Updated: Apr 19, 2017 Views: 24
The best way to determine whether the library has an electronic subscription to a specific journal is to use our Find Full Text Journals at the link provided below.
By searching for the journal title you need in Full Text Journals, you will determine which years the periodical title is available and via what method you can access the articles.
If electronic access if available for that journal, Full Text Journals will let you know which database provides access and will also link you directly to that database to begin your search.
To see if we OWN a journal title in paper format here at the Library, you should search our online catalog. Select "Journal Title" in the drop down box and type your title in the search box next to it. If we have a journal title, click on the name from the list and you will see the dates that we have available. It will indicate whether it is bound or on microfilm.
If Kinlaw Library does not have access to the journal, you may request the article you need via our Interlibrary Loan service.
Ask a member of the Reference Desk or Circulation Desk staff for assistance.