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Answered By: Kerri Vautour Last Updated: Mar 22, 2017 Views: 20
Answered By: Kerri Vautour
Last Updated: Mar 22, 2017 Views: 20
Here are the steps to look up a specific journal in the Library:
- Start at the Library's website and click the icon that says "Journals."
- In the middle of the new page, type the name of the journal into the box at the bottom of the page and click Go.
- This will open a new window that will show the access to this specific journal. There are two options for coverage: Full text through a database or having a copy in print. The database links should include years of coverage, so if your article is from 2006 and a database contains the journal from 2001-present, then you know it will be there! To see if Babson Library has it in print, click where it says We may have a copy in print. What years that are available in print will be listed on that page.
- From there, take the steps to get more specific with your article - click on the appropriate year, then the appropriate volume or issue, and finally, the appropriate article title.
If the journal, year, or article is not available, you can always request it through interlibrary loan!