Answered By: Josh Waltman Last Updated: Apr 13, 2018 Views: 746
1) Go to the library home page. Scroll down to the middle of the page. Underneath the heading "Jerry Falwell Library," find the sub-heading "Research." Then, click on "Journal by Name." On the next page type in the title of the journal you are searching for in the search box and click "Search".
2) On the next page, all of the databases that have that journal in it will be shown. If you do not yield any results, try checking your spelling. Otherwise, we may not have that particular journal available if there are no results. If that is the case, you might consider our Interlibrary Loan program.
3) Find the database that has the years of the journal that you want to view. The years will be listed beside the database title. Click on the database that has the years of the journal that you want to view.
4) The next page may look different depending on the database you have selected. Usually there will be a search bar that will allow you to search the journal or you could search according to the volume and issue number.
*See the attachment for images of these steps.
*You may also want to use this page to search for journals using an alphabetized list or ISSN.
For more information about finding articles in specific journals, the JFL has created a short video tutorial.