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The Library provides access to thousands of journals in print and electronic format. These can be found below using Library Search.
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Why should I consult journals?
Journals are usually more current than books and usually focus on specific subjects. They may contain case studies, trials and statistics that may not be found in general textbooks.
Peer-reviewed journals are evaluated and critiqued by researchers and experts in the field of the same standing or higher than the author before being published. They are high quality academic sources of information.
If you are unsure which journals to look at Databases allow you to search by keyword and access articles from thousands of different journal titles.
Learn about the three main methods for accessing our journal content.
Find out more about the key journals in your subject area.
Browzine presents scholarly e-journals from multiple publishers in a browsable format.
When you are off-campus, you can use this extension to read electronic journal articles without having to visit the Library website first.
LibKey.io provides access to the full-text of an article using either the digital object identifier (DOI) or PubMed Identifier (PMID).