If you are not sure of an exact journal title, you can search for words from the title in a title keyword search.
Use the "Basic Search" function.
Select the "Journal title begins with" option in the drop-down menu. In the next box, enter the title words you wish to search.
Click on the Search button.
Use the truncation symbol * to retrieve alternative word endings. For example, if you search "american anthro*," you will receive results containing "american", and "anthropologist" or "anthropology"
Your results will be returned in a browse list alphabetically (note that the starting words "the" "and" "a" will be omitted in the alphabetical arrangement).
You can click on the title you are looking for. Then select number next to your desired title to see its full record. Select the call number to check for circulation status. You can also see whether the library's copy has been checked out by looking at the numbers on the right. "179/0" means the library owns 179 volumes and none are currently checked out.
When looking at a full record, you can see its Issue Holdings. You can see call numbers, volumes owned by the library, and locations for recent issues.
This page also shows the status of individual issues, including the most recent issues received.
When selecting an online journal, the link to the journal will be found after "Online".
Click here for information regarding call numbers and their locations.
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