To search for articles within a specific journal, follow the steps below:
Option 1: Select a recommended journal from the list on the left.
Option 2: Use Journal and Book Locator (searchable from the library home page) to find a link to the database that contains the journal you would like to search.
To search Journal and Book Locator:
- Click Journal and Book Locator here or use the Journals tab on the Library Home page.
- In the search box, type the journal title (e.g. Career Development Quarterly) and click search.
Select the database where your journal is indexed.
TIP: If you are presented with several database options, select the database with the biggest date range.
Once you have navigated to the journal record page within the correct database, look for a link or a search box that allows you to search within the publication.
These links or search boxes often appear to the right or above the journal record. Here are a few examples of what they may look like:
In EBSCO databases:
- Click the Search Within this Publication link. Then on the search page, enter keywords into the EMPTY search boxes (leaving first box populated).
In Sage Journals Online:
In Proquest databases:
In Science Direct: