Answered By: Kendra Harrell Last Updated: Apr 30, 2020 Views: 140
The easiest way to find most of our journal articles is to search in WorldCat Discovery, our online catalog. After you search for your topic, use the checkboxes on the left side of your results screen to narrow down your results to journal articles. You can also choose to only view peer-reviewed articles as well.
We have a few print journals available in the library. If you search in WorldCat Discovery and find an article in the PER section, it is a print journal. If you cannot visit the library in person to access the journals, contact the library for help.
Articles that the library doesn't have
If there is a specific article that the library doesn't have access to currently, you can probably still get it! Just request an Interlibrary Loan to check it out from another library. They are easy to do in WorldCat Discovery.
Getting more help
- Take a scheduled class by checking our calendar and registering.
- Make an appointment with a librarian to discuss your project. The meeting can be in person, on the phone, or online.
- View a recorded webinar. We have webinars about basic database searching, WorldCat Discovery in particular, and trainings about specific databases available on our website.