Answered By: Aine Meehan
Last Updated: Tue,Jan,2020     Views: 38

Publication Finder is the best way to find a specific journal title.
Example Journal: British Journal of Nutrition

  • Open the library website
  • Click on the publication finder button link
  • Search for the title in the search box
  • Click Full Text Access link to expand it if necessary. 
  • As you can see you can only get the articles from the last year in Cambridge Journals online. We pay for access to that, whereas the other link is to a free open access resource, but you will not get the current year. The same journal title could exist in several places but with different coverage. 







Here is another example:

You can get an issue of Archaeology Ireland from 4 different place, 1 in print and 3 online.You just click the relevant link.

Video Link:

If you wish to share a link to that journal via email or on Moodle just click the permalink icon and copy the permalink that then appears. 

How to use this FAQ

To enlarge any images, just click on them. 

They will open in a new tab.

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