Start with LibrarySearch
Use LibrarySearch to start looking for journals and articles:
- it has our print journals and most e-journals
- search it for topics and article keywords
Searching for a journal title? Look above the first result: if it says "Were you looking for this journal?" you can search directly within it for articles or author names.
Search or browse e-journal titles
Use this to go straight to a journal and search or browse our subscribed content within it.
|Search for an e-journal|
If you see an Ebsco login screen, click Shibboleth.
|Browse journal titles|
|Browse journals by subject|
Browse journal titles A-Z:
A-Z of e-resources
Not all of our e-journal collections or databases are included in LibrarySearch or the journal title search.
They are all listed on the A-Z of e-resources, which shows if the resource is included in LibrarySearch. Follow the link in the A-Z and you will usually be able to cross search all the journals included in the collection or database.
Many databases and e-journal collections are key resources for finding articles in a particular subject. Check the "Finding articles" page in your subject guide to see the best resources for you.
Titles in JSTOR are archives of each journal from its first issue, but they don't include recent issues. They have 'moving walls' which delay the availability of the full text for 1-5 years after publication.
Check LibrarySearch for articles that are too recent for JSTOR's moving wall.
Help with journal title abbreviations
These websites help you find full journal titles from title abbreviations. Stronger in some subjects than others.
- All that JAS (Journal Abbreviation Sources): a selection of sites containing journal title abbreviations
- Biological Journal Abbreviations: includes Medical journals
- Cardiff Index to Legal Abbreviations: search engine and index of abbreviations of legal publications from over 295 jurisdictions
- ISI Journal Title Abbreviations List: abbreviations as used in the ISI Web of Knowledge databases, and other ISI products (such as Journal Citation Reports (JCR))
- Pubmed Journals Database: enter keywords or the Medline abbreviation of the journal for full details of its title