Answered By: Kathryn Hepburn
Last Updated: Nov 14, 2022     Views: 2155

The best way to figure out if the UA Libraries has access to a specific newspaper, magazine or journal is to use the E-Journals search. Simply type the title into the search box and click "Search."
If you want to see all the formats in which a publication is available, use Scout to search for the title. This usually works best when you place the title in quotation marks: "The Wall Street Journal".
If you are looking for a specific article:
  • Use Scout or Google Scholar to search for the article title (in quotation marks works best: "Voter Participation and Strategic Uncertainty").
  • Use the E-Journals search or Scout to search for the publication in which it appeared then search by title, author, date, volume, number, etc.
You can also go directly to the Libraries' 300+ databases for online access to articles and other content.
For more information about finding wide variety of resources through UA Libraries, watch the video embedded below, and let us know if you need help finding anything in particular!


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