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Finding Specific Journals
To find a specific electronic journal, click on the Online Journals link from the Purdue Libraries home page and type in the title of the journal.
To find the print version of a journal, use the "Books and Media" tab on the main Libraries webpage, search for the title of the journal, and then, if necessary, use the left-margin "Refine my Results" options to view only the items that are journals.
Any journal article that we do not have in print or electronic format may be requested through ILL (Interlibrary Loan).
Finding E-Journal Articles
Two minute - e-journals
A short - 2 1/2 minute - tutorial on how to find electronic copies of articles using Google Scholar or the Libraries' Home Page.
Are you looking for a electronic version of a journal article?
Do you know the author, title or name of the journal?
This TWO MINUTE TIP shows two methods for finding the full text online.
Click on this to go to Google Scholar (www.scholar.google.come)