Answered By: Andy Billington Last Updated: Oct 13, 2017 Views: 205
The majority of our journals are electronic.
Use the search box to find the journal you need. You should search for the journal title not article title at this point.
You will see the journal and the holding information. There may be a choice of publishers, just check the date you need and click on the relevant link.
Here is an example: you can see we have holdings in Health Research Premium Collection from Dec 1987 to 1992 and in Sage from Feb 1999 to the present day.
The link will take you to the publisher's site and you can browse the journal or choose the article you need from there. Alternatively, you can enter the article information in the 'search inside this journal' box.
If you are looking for articles on a subject or research topic rather than a specific article you can do a free text search in Discover More, you can use it as you would Google. There is a guide to Discover More and how to get the best out of searching.
If you have any issues when attempting to access eJournals, contact Learning Services.