Search the E-Journals Database to see what periodicals are available online through the University of Chicago Library.
The E-Journals database does not search for articles. Rather, it looks through our various online resources to see what issues of a specific journal, newspaper, or magazine are available online. Then the E-Journals database will connect you to the specific resources that contain the full-text.
The E-Journals database only includes the Library's online subscription. For publications available in print or microfilm, online, you must search the Library Catalog.
You can access the E-Journals database by selecting the "Ejournals" tab listed within the box labeled "Search" on the Library's home page.
The default search option for e-journals is by title keyword.
Enter the title of the publication you are looking for (not the title of the article).
Once you enter your search, the E-Journals database will list all of the different Library resources that contain issues of this publication in full-text.
Select the best source for your needs. Be aware that some databases do not provide pdf full-text (which usually contains all images and tables). The Library often recommends using the full-text option from the publisher, or a stable pdf resource such as JSTOR.
The E-Journals database also provides an option to browse journals by subject. Just click on the Subject Browse tab and select your subject and subfield.
The E-Journals database will then display all of the publications that fit that subject classification.
The Advanced Search in the E-Journals database lets you search by both title and subject.
When searching databases, the button, when present, can be used to locate an item in the Library Catalog, to gain access to the full-text of an article, or to send an interlibrary loan order..
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