Answered By: APUS Librarians
Last Updated: Oct 20, 2022     Views: 1948

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. From the library home page, click on Advanced Search.

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

4. 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!

5. 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


See also:

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