Answered By: APUS Librarians
Last Updated: Feb 05, 2020     Views: 684

NOTE:  If you need a lot of articles, it's best to use the article databases for your topic, rather than searching one journal at a time.  Click here to learn the best way to search for articles in our library.


To browse journals by subject, follow these steps:

1.  Visit Primo, the library's "Everything" search tool. Be sure to sign in to see all available results.

2. Along the top of the Primo screen, click E-Journal Search

3. Look on the left side of the screen for the subject list.   Click the subject that best fits your needs.  Tip: click the > arrow next to a subject to see related subtopics!

4. Click a subject link to see available journals.  To browse or search inside a journal, click its title, and look for full text links.

Journal subject list

 

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