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How do i find a journal in print?

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Search OneSearch by the title of the journal, magazine, or newspaper (e.g. New England Journal of Medicine, Time, Sacramento Bee) to verify Library subscribes. Then make sure we have the year you need (see image below) and go to the location listed. All journals, magazine, and newspapers are shelved alphabetically by title and can be used in the Library only.

Here is a general outline of where print journals are located:

Bound print journals and magazines published 1980 - present - 3 South Periodicals

Current (lose) issues of journals and magazines (usually no more than a year) - FIRST ROW of 3 South Periodicals

Current newspapers - Bins next to windows/behind periodical shelves on 3 South

Bound print journals and magazine published before 1980 - Lower Level Periodicals

Journals, magazines and newspapers on microfilm and/or microfiche - 1 South Media Center

 

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