Answered By: Josh Denby
Last Updated: Jan 12, 2017     Views: 117

If you know the title of the e-journal you are looking for, click on the ‘e-Journals’ tab to the left of the search box on the library homepage. Enter the complete title of the e-journal in the search box and click the search button, or hit ‘enter.’

If the journal is available, the journal title will appear in your search results. Below the title, the years that you have full-text access to are displayed, as well as the name of the content provider(s) from whom we purchased the journal.

Journals are often available from multiple providers. In the above example you have the option to access the Journal of Applied Psychology from 1917-present in the ‘PsycARTICLES’ database or from 1987-2006 in the ‘Business Source Complete’ database.

Click on the content provider, (if there are more than one, choose whichever you prefer) and you will be directed to the content provider’s website. From there, you can browse the journal and access full-text journal articles.

NOTE: Each content provider’s website will be different. Once you have clicked on a content provider, you have left the library website. Conducting a search within the content provider’s website will only display results that UH has purchased through that provider. If you have any questions, Ask A Librarian.

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