Answered By: Doug Bolden
Last Updated: Jan 22, 2016     Views: 166

You can find out what coverage we have for a particular journal by going to our homepage (http://uah.edu/library) and then click on the Books and Articles menu item and choosing Browse Journals (Full Text Finder) link, or go directly here:

https://elib.uah.edu/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=edspub&profile=eds&plp=1

Then, you can search for the journal by title, or browse subjects, or search by ISSN, or a couple of other variations. If the search is successful, you will be taken to a screen that will be organized by journal title (if you search for something like "robotics", you will get dozens of journals) and then you'll have to navigate to the one you want. Under each journal title, you will get a list of which electronic resources have the journal and what coverage they have. Click on that link to go that resource page. If you see "Salmon Library (print only)", then you can click that link and see what coverage we have in physical, print form.

Comments (2)

  1. Looking for journals carried by the library. Advice given is:
    You can find out what coverage we have for a particular jounal by going to our homepage (http://lib.uah.edu) and then click on the middle bar where it says "Journals". That should take you to this page:

    http://lib.uah.edu/journals/index.html

    There is no middle bar called "journals" and the like produces a page not found
    by John on Jan 22, 2016.
  2. Thank you for pointing that out. Have updated it to reflect our new website layout and menu structure.
    by Doug Bolden on Jan 22, 2016.

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