Answered By: APUS Librarians
Last Updated: Dec 04, 2018     Views: 291

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.


Our library's Journal Titles search will let you search for specific periodicals by title, so if you have a particular journal in mind, start there.
 

To browse journals by subject, follow these steps:

1. Visit the library's homepage and find the Everything search tab. This is our Primo discovery search -- it will let you search most of the library's databases at once

2. Type the subject that you're interested in browsing into the search box, and click "search."  A new window will open.

3.  On the left side of the results page, you'll find a list of filters.  Under "Resource Type," click "Journals." 

Journals filter in Primo

 

 

4.  Once you've chosen the Journals filter, your results will reload, displaying only journal titles.  Browse the journals in the list, and click the "Available Online" link to browse or search inside any of them.

 

You can also find journal recommendations (and more) on the library's research guides.
 

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