Answered By: Jennifer Walz Last Updated: Apr 19, 2017 Views: 90
Periodicals are published works that appear in new editions on a regular schedule. Examples are newspapers, magazines, and scholarly journals.
Current magazines and journals - typically meaning those published within the last year - are kept on browsing shelves near the Circulation Desk and are arranged alphabetically by title.
Older magazines and journals are frequently bound into book form and shelved directly behind the Reference collection on the Main Floor of the library. Again, they are shelved alphabetically by title.
Periodicals do not circulate.
If you need help finding a source, or finding your way around the library, please ask a staff member for assistance.