Searching for Specific Journals

You can search for journals by title on the library website under the Journals tab.

Screenshot of the libraries' website search box. There are tabs for "OneSearch," "Library Catalog," "Databases," and "Journals." The "Journals" tab is selected. The search filter shows that "Title Begins With" has been chosen from the search box drop-down menu. "Title Begins With" is enclosed in a red rectangle to show its location on the page.
Screenshot of the libraries' website search box. There are tabs for "OneSearch," "Library Catalog," "Databases," and "Journals." The "Journals" tab is selected. The search filter shows that "Title Begins With" has been chosen from the search box drop-down menu. "Title Begins With" is enclosed in a red rectangle to show its location on the page.
  • Select how you will search for the journal title, and type your entry into the search box.
    • If you are looking for a specific article and know the year that it was published, select the link to the database with the appropriate date range.
    • If any print holdings are listed, you can click on UNR Libraries Print Collection, which will take you to the catalog record for this journal. Print volumes are available for check out.
      • Screenshot of a result from choosing a journal in the "Journals Tab" in the libraries' website search box. The screenshot shows information about the chosen journal "American journal of criminal justice,"  including its ISSN. Enclosed in a red rectangle are the databases the journal can be found in plus their respective date ranges of coverage. There is a link called "View Journal in BrowZine," and a gray "open book" icon precedes this link. There is a gray "graduation cap" icon next to the words "Peer Reviewed." There is also a "Search inside this journal" search box with a white button with the word "Search" in black letters. There is a blue journal coverage image.
        Screenshot of a result from choosing a journal in the "Journals Tab" in the libraries' website search box. The screenshot shows information about the chosen journal "American journal of criminal justice," including its ISSN. Enclosed in a red rectangle are the databases the journal can be found in plus their respective date ranges of coverage. There is a link called "View Journal in BrowZine," and a gray "open book" icon precedes this link. There is a gray "graduation cap" icon next to the words "Peer Reviewed." There is also a "Search inside this journal" search box with a white button with the word "Search" in black letters. There is a blue journal cover image.
      • If the library does not subscribe to a particular journal, or the date ranges of the library’s journal subscription do not fit your needs, you can order a copy of a journal article through Interlibrary Loan.