When the full text of an article is not available in the database you are searching, use View It or to determine whether Andersen Library patrons have access to it via a different database or inter-library loan (ILLiad). Here's how:
Use the Journals search to find out whether we have access to a particular journal or magazine:
Locating Journals: In Print and Online
Browsing Journals in Print
Current issues of a number of popular magazine titles are located on the second floor near the Food for Thought Cafe. The majority of the Periodicals Collection is located on the first floor. While many publishers provide online formats to which the library subscribes, and while many scholarly articles may be available through library databases, some must still be accessed in hard copy until the publishers release them for dissemination online.
Older issues are located in the Bound Periodicals section of the first floor.Browse the most current issues of journals and magazines in the current periodicals section on the first floor.
This is a sample of titles related to education to which the library subscribes and continues to receive paper copies. You will find these and others on the Current Periodicals shelves: