The Libraries is pleased to announce a new and improved E-Journals search. The new search provides access e-journals through a browsable A-to-Z title list, title searching, and subject browsing. (Note: E-Journals search allows you to search for a particular journal, rather than for articles within a journal.)
Search options include
- "Title begins with" search, also allows you to search using title abbreviations, such as "J. Phys. Chem. Ref. Data"
- A "Title equals" will do an exact title searc h
- "Title contains all words" performs a keyword search within journal titles
- Search by ISSN
- Search by PubMed ID (PMID) – search results will link directly to the article, if available
- Search by Digital Object Identifier (DOI) – search results will link directly to the article, if available
Search results will connect you to the online content of the e-journal. There may be multiple copies, as seen below with Nature, detailing the date runs held by each publisher.
|from 1869 to present in Nature Journals Online|
|from 11/04/1869 to present in Nature Journal Archive|
|from 01/04/1990 to 1 year ago in ProQuest Central|
|from 01/04/1990 to 1 year ago in ProQuest Research Library (Legacy Platform)|
To the right of the journal title in the results screen, the options for "Look up Article" and "More Full Text Options" integrate the Citation Finder and e-Link to help you connect to the full-text efficiently.