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If you want to browse the articles within a specific journal title, click on the Advanced Search button from the library homepage.

If you know the name of the journal you want to search within, click on the Publications link at the top of the screen, and type in the name of the journal in the search bar. 

Underneath the journal results, you will see a collapsed menu that says "Full Text Access." If you expand that menu, you will see the range of issues we have available online from . (Note: even if the full text access is limited, you can still search beyond these dates. The results will include articles that are in the journal, but not online as full text. For these, you can just request an Interlibrary Loan).

Choose one of the options from one of our databases (the one with the largest range may be your best bet!), then you can browse (scroll) or conduct searches within that specific journal.

If you aren't sure which journal you want to browse yet, you can start your search with a keyword or topic in the search bar. If you find a result you like, click on it, and look for the linked journal title in the Source field.

For more help searching content, using search facets, or finding an article you need, contact us at askathena.muw.edu!

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