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Last Updated: Nov 21, 2016     Views: 158

Journals owned by Walsh can be searched a couple of ways.  

Click the down arrow next to Library Resources and click Exact Journal Title. Enter the journal title from your citation and note the year the article was published.  A list of journal titles will display. Select/click Full Text Access and select a database to view the electronic holdings.  Click on the entry according to the date and then volume number of your article.  (If no holdings are available, check the print holdings by clicking on the book icon.) Your article should appear in the top results.  If the full-text is unavailable you can request the article through Interlibrary loan, a free service.

You can also include the journal title when searching in EBSCO or other databases. If you would like to see how this works, feel free to stop in, or call (330) 244-4942.  



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