Answered By: Katie Hutchison
Last Updated: Sep 28, 2017     Views: 283

You can use the Journal Title List finder tool to:

a) browse print and electronic journal titles the Walsh library has access to by subject

b) search for a journal/periodical title and determine our access to that title

How to Check for Title Access

1. Enter part or all of the source (journal/periodical) title and click Search:

2. Browse results - if we have access to the title, the date ranges will be listed along with the mode of access:

3. Click on the hyperlinks for more details.  Print Holdings link to the Walsh Catalog.  Most links will take you to an appropriate database where you can retrieve full-text articles (you will often only see a range of dates for the specific journal title you were looking for, so keep your citations handy).  Example:

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