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I know what journal I need. How do I find it?

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To see if the Library has a subscription to a print or electronic journal, magazine or newspaper click "Journal Search" in the menu at the top of any OneSearch page. Then type the title of the journal/magazine/newspaper.

If the Sac State Library subscribes, you will see "Available at" for print copies available in the librar and/or "Online access" for full-text online journals. You can link directly to online content by clicking "Online Access." 

However, if you wish to see what years are available click the journal title to open the full record with complete subscription information.

If you're looking for a specific article, use the "Citation Linker" instead.

If the library does not subscribe to the journal you're looking for, see this page on how to submit an Interlibrary loan request: http://csus.libanswers.com/a.php?qid=512245 

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