Where can I look up the full-text journal titles in the online databases?
To find a list of databases that contain the full text of any magazine, newspaper, or journal, use E-Journals A-Z.
Near the top of the page click on E-Journals A-Z.
Enter your library number. (It is found on your ID card or in your SOLAR account under contact information.)
On the initial search screen, Enter the TITLE OF THE JOURNAL/MAGAZINE/NEWSPAPER and not the title of the article.(Here's a tip: use only the major words in the title, leaving out short connecting words like "the", "of", "in", and so forth--sometimes too many words will confuse the search engine and it will return no results for a title we provide access to.)
Then Search. You should see some results. If you have more than one result, they should be listed alphabetically. Once you find the title you are searching for, there will be a list underneath of the databases which own access to that title.
Check to find a database that covers the dates you need for your search. If you find one that covers the dates you need, click the database link to go to the publication.
Different databases work slightly differently, but once you know the database which owns your journal/magazine/newspaper, then you can search for it by title of article or author or volume & issue.
Thank you for using ASK US. If you have further need of assistance, contact your campus librarians for more information.