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Where can I find the Library's print journals?

Last updated on Aug 08, 2022    find sources library spaces

 

As you search in our databases, you may find that an "Article Linker" button brings you to a page that states your article is "Available from Assumption University Print Journals."  If you click this link, you will see a description of how many issues (and what publication dates) we own in a box to the right under the heading "Access Options."  For example, "v.22-v.43; 1996-2017" indicates that the library has volume 22 through volume 43 (dates 1996 through 2017) on the shelf.

Most of these print issues will be shelved on "Journals - 2nd floor".  The collections of journal issues will be arranged alphabetically by title, so that journals beginning with the letter A appear on the shelves closest to the stairs on the second floor of the library building.  Multiple issues of the same journal publication are bound together and resemble a large hardcover book.  They will be organized by volume number and issue number, which you will have from the citation found in the database.