Our journal collection is available through CLIC (the catalog) and A-to-Z, but they don't cover exactly the same journals ...
Our journal collection is complex. We have journal subscriptions to content that is web based and a few to traditional print journals. We also have access to some journals through bundled agreements that provide access to some of the content but not all of it – usually access to the most current issues are blocked or embargoed for 3 to 12 months. Finally, some journals are freely available on the web.
Currently we are dependent on two systems for identifying our journal holdings:
This is the Library Catalog. I provides information on all our print and ejournal subscriptions.
This is a service provided by our primary subscription agent and is used to identify all our web-based journals (e-journals) whether we have access via a subscription or with limited access as through a third-party package arrangement.
Because both CLIC and A-to-Z include our e-journal subscriptions, there is considerable overlap in their coverage. Both are available on the top toolbar:
A to Z lists all the ejournal sites which provide access to a title:
Be careful when you select a web site because the years of coverage may vary between sites:
Simply select the periodical title option in the search box and enter the significant words from the journal name:
Locate your journal in the results listing ...
Remember ... both students and faculty may use our pull and copy service.