Journal Search Tip

If you are looking for a specific journal but you only know a word or two in the title of the journal, you can use Foxtrax to find it at the library.

  1. Go to the Library Homepage and click on FOXTRAX.
  2. Next, click on the tab labeled “Journals” and then enter the words that are contained in the title.  Don’t submit your search yet.
  3. In the menu box to the left of the search box, select the option, “Title contains all words”.
  4. Now submit your search.  Foxtrax will find the journal titles that contain the words that you have specified and it can help you to locate the exact title that you need.
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