Answered By: Craig Anderson
Last Updated: Jan 07, 2019     Views: 237

  • Go to the Kean University Library home page.
  • Click Periodicals List.
  • Click Periodicals List again (under the heading Locating periodicals in the Kean University Library).

You may browse the alphabetical list of journals for the title you need, or you may type the journal's title into the search box and click Search.

If a journal's title is found on the list, look to see if any check marks appear to the right of the journal title. A check mark under the Print Holdings heading indicates that the journal is held in print format in the library.

Click the check mark below the Print Holdings heading in order to access the journal's online catalog record, which will indicate the date range held. A check mark under the Full Text Access heading means that full-text articles from that journal are available from the database specified in blue just below the journal title.

Be sure to check the periodicals list for the date range specified below the Online Coverage heading. This means that articles published within the date range should be available in full-text format from the databases specified.

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