Answered By: Ann Moriarty
Last Updated: Jan 14, 2019     Views: 549

If you want to read current or later issues of particular journals you can use the Full Text Journal Finder. Input the name of the journal and the Finder will tell you if we have it, which database(s) it is in, and what years of publication for the journal the database has.

(There is a video tutorial for the Journal Finder at the bottom of this answer)

We may not have it the current year. Also, if you see something like "1994 to present (Embargo: 1 year)" that means that the most current year is unavailable through that database. For example:

Once you click on the Finder's link to the journal you will be taken to that journal's page in the database. Over on the side you will see links to the particular years available. Click these to access the content of the issues you desire.

If you have trouble, watch the tutorial video below first, and if that doesn't solve your problem please contact us directly.

**N O T E** Browzine is now a tool used in conjunction with full-text journal finder. The video demonstration is still correct, with the exception that Browzine will be the interface for some journals - if you want to see availability select ALL found at the end of the listing


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