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Find it! How to find resources at the library

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How to Find a Specific Journal

Do you have a specific journal you want to read?  You have two options for browsing our ejournal collection. Everything we license, whether directly with a publisher, or indirectly when the journal is bundled in a database will be listed in either of these two options.

Tip: Unless the journal is formally known by its acronym, you may not be able to search for a journal by its acronym, ie JFAS. You may need to spell it out.

Connect to Full Text

The easiest way to connect to our ejournal holdings is usually from within a journal citation database like PubMed, Scopus, or any of the Ebsco or ProQuest databases.  If you are searching for journal articles on a topic within one of these resources, look for a DMU purple icon or or text that reads "Find it @ DMU Library."

Example 1 (Scopus):

 

Example 2: (Cinahl on Ebsco)

 

Example 3: PubMed

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